Hey guys! Wanted to continue with this fan fiction of mine just to get some opinions or views! If you haven’t read any of the prior post about Arch 1! I suggest you go back to view it before reading this one to understand it!
Photo @2013 by James Vaughan [CC BY 2.0]
Approaching the cockpit on the port side. Sota was able to enter the cockpit by releasing the hatch through the usage of a special watch. The Celer has been directly linked through a signal broadcasted by both the watch and the ship.
Inside the Celer popped numerous holographic 3D displays and HUDs with detailed information on the ship’s navigations, statuses, instruments and many details that allowed the user a plethora of information. Instead of grabbing the joystick in the middle, Sota had his arms crossed and stared onward. “Take me to Senator Costigan’s Penthouse.” commanded Sorta.
“System Acknowledged, plotting course for Senator Costigan’s Penthouse.” replied Celer’s navigation voice. Continue reading
Recently, I’ve been watching a lot of EDM (Electronic Dance Music) concerts and listening to electronic music a lot. It’s really enjoyable to me because I love fast paced music that you can dance to. It’s also great music for large parties and perfect for concerts with a lot of people. Specifically a new group, Jack U, composed of two artists that have been around for awhile, Skrillex and Diplo, have had me hooked on their music this past week. They inspire me to make my own music and get into being a DJ myself.
Photo @2008 by auroramixer [CC BY-SA 2.0]
Look at how much the world progressed. Back when the world was once ruled by dinosaurs and cavemen. Now look at us with our iPhone’s and all this new developed technology. We’ve progressed so much,but the question is how? Well I believe this is all in what we call our mind. The inventor. The spark to the possibility to new beginnings. The most helpful but yet most devastating. Our minds have so much potential that you start to question yourself…is there an end of what the mind is capable of?
Photo@2012 by Denise Krebs [CC-BY-2.0]