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This is London creative agency Territory Studio’s showreel of user interface concepts developed for this summer’s “Guardians of the Galaxy.” I’m not sure I see very much that’s new here, but it’s good, fun stuff—much like the movie itself.
Territory’s Vimeo account also has some longer shots from the movie, including this footage showing “weather systems” from one of the movie’s spacecraft.
Here’s a “prison bot cam”:
And something called an “Orion table”:
If you enjoy this kind of thing—that is, hypothetical user interfaces designed for film—read this brief roundup I wrote in January.+