In what appears to be a valiant effort to turn the show Black Mirror into reality, Google France has created an escape room in which participants must use Google apps to get out.Google Cardboard: At the end of the game, players have to find three symbols to unlock a laptop.Those symbols are hidden in a 360 landscape players have to explore thanks to Google Cardboard.Google Translate: On the wall of the room, there are posters with mysterious messages written in foreign languages Norwegian, Danish, Chinese, Japanese, etc.Those messages are clues players have to translate thanks to the Google Translate app installed on their smartphone.Participate at your own risk.
In what appears to be a valiant effort to turn the show Black Mirror into reality, Google France has created an escape room in which participants must use Google apps to get out.Google Cardboard: At the end of the game, players have to find three symbols to unlock a laptop.Those symbols are hidden in a 360 landscape players have to explore thanks to Google Cardboard.Google Translate: On the wall of the room, there are posters with mysterious messages written in foreign languages Norwegian, Danish, Chinese, Japanese, etc.Those messages are clues players have to translate thanks to the Google Translate app installed on their smartphone.Participate at your own risk.
In what appears to be a valiant effort to turn the show Black Mirror into reality, Google France has created an escape room in which participants must use Google apps to get out.Google Cardboard: At the end of the game, players have to find three symbols to unlock a laptop.Those symbols are hidden in a 360 landscape players have to explore thanks to Google Cardboard.Google Translate: On the wall of the room, there are posters with mysterious messages written in foreign languages Norwegian, Danish, Chinese, Japanese, etc.Those messages are clues players have to translate thanks to the Google Translate app installed on their smartphone.Participate at your own risk.
As someone living in a country where Pokémon Go has yet to come out, it s been certainly something to be an outsider looking in upon the sheer Pokémania that has gripped the U.S. this weekend—a touch disconcerting even, which this brilliant mash-up between the app and Black Mirror highlights to hilarious effect.The footage, which comes from an episode from Black Mirror s second season, White Bear, features a woman who is let loose in a dystopian Britain, but constantly stalked and filmed by the smartphones of the general public.It may be familiar to what you ve seen in the last few days, as seemingly everyone with a smartphone ventures outside in a quest for sore legs and sweet digital monsters sorry, wrong Japanese franchise .As for what Black Mirror series creator Charlie Brooker—who shared the above video on Twitter—thinks of the augmented reality app, well... it could be pretty great fodder for a new episode of the series:I could definitely see this episode happening when the new season of Black Mirror hits Netflix.That is, if Pokémon Go hasn t actually turned society upside down by then already.
Volkswagen could spice up its lineup with a performance-oriented version of the Passat.The yet-unnamed model is based on the Passat that s built in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and it was developed specifically for the American market by the carmaker s North American division.The prototype hasn t been shown to the public yet, but Motor Authority was recently given an exclusive preview of it right at the factory.While cameras weren t allowed, the website remembers that he hot-rodded Passat features a white paint job with a contrasting black roof, black mirror caps, a trunk-mounted spoiler, and red accents on the grille that echo the iconic GTI.The sporty treatment continues inside with carbon fiber-look trim, more red accents, and a black headliner.All told, the concept looks more muscular than even the Passat R-Line pictured , which is currently billed as the sport-focused member of the lineup.
This is a surprise—Netflix s rejuvenation of dystopian British anthology series Black Mirror is a lot closer than we expected.We ve heard about the tantalizing casting for a while, but now we know when we ll finally be able to watch it.Confirmed at the Television Critics Association summer press tour today, Netflix announced that all six episodes of the new season of Charlie Brooker s creepy sideways-glance at the future will drop on the streaming service on October 21st.They also revealed the main casts and titles of each episode, which you can check out below: San Junipero , starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mackenzie Davis, directed by Owen Harris Shut Up and Dance, starring Jerome Flynn and Alex Lawther, directed by James Watkins
Netflix has been planning to produce six new episodes of Charlie Booker s uncanny futurist drama Black Mirror, and now we know to expect them this fall.On Wednesday, the streaming site retweeted a post from the show s official Twitter account:In other words: Oct. 21.Actors Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Bryce Dallas Howard, Alice Eve and Mackenzie Davis are slated to appear in the new season, but other details are scarce.Black Mirror got its start on the U.K. s Channel 4, running for just seven episodes over just three-ish seasons before Netflix took over production with Booker continuing to run the show.Season 3 consists of one Jon-Hamm-led episode, White Christmas, and the new episodes are reported as also belonging to Season 3.
Netflix revealed when fans can expect their favorite returning and highly anticipated new shows to premiere.Among the shows with new premiere dates are the "Gilmore Girls" revival, the "One Day at a Time" remake, and the the trippy tech anthology series "Black Mirror."On Wednesday during the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills, the company also announced that it has ordered additional seasons of its first talk show, "Chelsea"; the Maria Bamford comedy "Lady Dynamite"; and the Rob Schneider comedy "Real Rob."It also greenlit a new musical animated series, an untitled Motown project, from Josh Wakely, the guy behind "Beat Bugs."Here's when you can expect Netflix's new and returning series to premiere: View As:
All six episodes of the new season of "Black Mirror," a sort of modern-day equivalent of "The Twilight Zone," will be available on Netflix on October 21.The news was announced during the Television Critics Association press tour, a bi-annual event in which people involved in the creation of our favorite shows talk about they've been
This is a surprise—Netflix s rejuvenation of dystopian anthology series Black Mirror is a lot closer than we expected.We ve heard about the tantalising casting for a while, but now we know when we ll finally be able to watch it.Confirmed at the Television Critics Association summer press tour today, Netflix announced that all six episodes of the new season of Charlie Brooker s creepy sideways-glance at the future will drop on the streaming service on October 21st.They also revealed the main casts and titles of each episode, which you can check out below: San Junipero , starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mackenzie Davis, directed by Owen Harris Shut Up and Dance, starring Jerome Flynn and Alex Lawther, directed by James Watkins
Netflix has confirmed the release dates for the latest seasons of some of its most popular existing shows, as well as a few new ones.The third season of Chef s Table is set to premiere globally on September 2, and will highlight some of the best French chefs, who will be discussing what inspired them, as well as their own individual styles.Featured in the special four-episode season, which follows the release of six new season 2 episodes this past May, will be Alain Passard of L Arpege; Michel Troisgros, Maison Troisgros; Adeline Grattard, Yam Tcha; and Alexandre Couillon, La Marine.Netflix had previously confirmed that a fourth season will air in early 2017.Exploring characters from Chicago fumbling through the modern maze of love, sex, technology, and culture, the show includes eight episodes.Both Kutcher and Masterson are executive producers of the show, along with Don Reo and Jim Patterson, who both previously worked on another Kutcher-starring sitcom, Two and a Half Men.
Six new episodes of the dystopian British comedy series Black Mirror will hit Netflix on October 21 2016, joining a raft of other releases coming to the streaming site.The show, created and written by Charlie Brooker, aired its first two seasons on Channel 4 in 2011 and 2013 before being picked up by Netflix for a third.All six episodes of the new season will be made available at 7:01am GMT on Friday October 21, giving viewers a whole weekend to polish off every episode as soon as possible.The new season features episodes directed by Joe wright Pride and Prejudice, Atonement and Dan Trachtenberg 10 Cloverfield Lane .If you're not fully caught-up with Black Mirror's dark and satirical take on the consequences of new technology then all seven previous episodes are available to watch on Netflix now.The streaming site has also announced eight more season premiere dates, including Chef's Table: France and Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.
DT s weekly entertainment show, Between the Streams, is your guide to all of the hottest, most important, and of course dumbest new developments in streaming and entertainment, providing a handy recap of the week that was.Follow us here every Friday or add us via RSS, iTunes, or Stitcher at the links above to take BtS on the road!With Matt Damon getting too old for this Bourne shiz, Bad Moms living up to its title, and Nerve tweening it up Dave Franco style, there aren t a lot of reasons to bust your way to the box office this weekend unless you ve yet to see holdovers like Ghostbusters and Star Trek Beyond.Still, there s plenty to get excited about in the world of entertainment this week — or at least intrigued.Speaking of Matt Damon, the guy is showing up everywhere this week, including in a trailer for the somewhat bizarre new film that s dubbed as the most expensive Chinese movie ever made, The Great Wall.The basic premise is that the most famous wall of all time wasn t built to hold back Mongol hordes, but instead it was designed to stop some kind of weird dog monster thing.
We defy anyone to come up with a tech concept that is more quintessentially 2016 than DroneMonSpy.A bit like the first time you heard about selfie sticks, DroneMonSpy is so perfectly pitched to today s obsessions gone slightly mad that it could almost be an episode of Charlie Brooker s Black Mirror.The elevator pitch is basically this: If you love everything about Pokémon Go except for that whole pesky exercise thing, DroneMonSpy is a universal adapter that lets you attach your smartphone to a DJI Phantom drone, and then fly it around searching for Pikachu and his chums.Right now it s available for pre-order through creator company Atellani s website, priced just $9.99.DroneMonSpy quickly attaches to the landing gear of your DJI drone using lightweight cardboard and industrial-strength Velcro, Agnese Accordino, strategic designer at Atellani, told Digital Trends.By using DroneMonSpy to safely attach your phone to a drone you can quickly and effortlessly find Pokémon and hatch eggs by simply flying around your drone.
No matter where you go on the internet, if there s a capacity for social interaction, there s likely to be at least one individual in attendance who is trolling other users.And if this phenomenon plays out so frequently on message boards and in comments sections, what s to stop it happening in the immersive atmosphere of a virtual reality experience?VR trolling might seem like the basis for an episode of Black Mirror, but it s a real concern to Google s Daydream Labs team, according to a report from UberGizmo.The group has set about finding a solution to this problem, which will only become more visible as the technology is adopted more widely.A post on Google s developer blog details one scenario where the Daydream team found that their content was being used as a backdrop for negative social interactions.Users were placed in a virtual storefront where they could try on various hats, sunglasses, and accessories — and it didn t take long for certain individuals to try placing items on their friends, even obscuring others vision with a hat placed directly in their line of sight.
Black Mirror is the kind of show you want to watch knowing almost nothing about.The first images from the third season are perfect in that regard, because they give only a tiny hint at what s to come—just enough to make you want more.The third season of Charlie Brooker s genius show will debut on Netflix on October 21st.Until then, the first two episodes will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.They re titled San Junipero, directed by Owen Harris and Nosedive, directed by Joe Wright.Here are images from San Junipero, which stars Mackenzie Davis Halt and Catch Fire and Gugu Mbatha-Raw Jupiter Ascending .
Black Mirror is the kind of show you want to watch knowing almost nothing about.The first images from the third season are perfect in that regard, because they give only a tiny hint at what s to come—just enough to make you want more.The third season of Charlie Brooker s genius show will debut on Netflix on October 21st.Until then, the first two episodes will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.They re titled San Junipero, directed by Owen Harris and Nosedive, directed by Joe Wright.Here are images from San Junipero, which stars Mackenzie Davis Halt and Catch Fire and Gugu Mbatha-Raw Jupiter Ascending .
We can t wait for Black Mirror to hit Netflix, and every little detail we ve had so far has had us itching to see more about this delightfully messed-up series.Now we finally know a little more about each episode, and... can it just be October 21st right now?Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, series mastermind Charlie Brooker broke down the basic premise of the six new episodes hitting Netflix in October. Nosedive, starring Bryce Dallas Howard and Alice Eve, is all about social media and how people use apps and tech to rate every little facet of our lives: in this case, it s a world where everyone rates and judges every single social interaction they have, with Howard s character desperately trying to reach the same social elite status as her friend, played by Eve.San Junipero, set in 80s California a bitten thumb in the direction of Black Mirror fans worried the move to Netflix could Americanise the show .Mackenzie Davis and Gugu Mbatha-Raw play newcomers to a shady beach town in a coming-of-age story with a twist.
We can t wait for Black Mirror to hit Netflix, and every little detail we ve had so far has had us itching to see more about this delightfully messed-up series.Now we finally know a little more about each episode, and... can it just be October 21st right now?Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, series mastermind Charlie Brooker broke down the basic premise of the six new episodes hitting Netflix in October. Nosedive, starring Bryce Dallas Howard and Alice Eve, is all about social media and how people use apps and tech to rate every little facet of our lives: in this case, it s a world where everyone rates and judges every single social interaction they have, with Howard s character desperately trying to reach the same social elite status as her friend, played by Eve.San Junipero, set in 80s California a bitten thumb in the direction of Black Mirror fans worried the move to Netflix could Americanise the show .Mackenzie Davis and Gugu Mbatha-Raw play newcomers to a shady beach town in a coming-of-age story with a twist.
After a couple of lackluster months, Netflix is hitting back with a pretty solid list of new arrivals this month, including a ton of original programming like Black Mirror, The Fall, and more.Netflix originals are the big draw this month.Black Mirror returns to TV with season 3 of the excellent sci-fi show, The Fall comes back for its third season as well.A few original films are arriving as well, including Christoper Guests Mascots and the war film, The Siege of Jadotville.Some solid looking documentaries are coming too, including 13th, which takes a deep dive into the 13th amendment and Into the Inferno which features the intriguing premise of Werner Herzog climbing into volcanoes.Outside of the originals comes the horror film The Uninvited, the classic Breakfast and Tiffany s RT: 88% , and that film where people fall from high places into frigid water, Titanic RT: 88% .
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