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So next best thing, check out Amazon for the same video.I didn't know
what to expect when the DVD finally came. I was totally mesmerized when I watched the 2057 (Body. City. World.) and the bonus DVD Future Cars. I was surprised even my husband loved it (since he's usually action packed movies only, this was surprising).
Okay it's NOT a movie, these DVD's are documentaries. They show what brillant minds are working on NOW . . . today . . . and how these technologies can or may be applied in the future to come. Granted, I probably won't be around when the year 2057 arrives, but this is what the youth of today may see in their lifetime.
Being somewhat of a technology addict and fascinated by futuristic ideas, this is a MUST HAVE for anyone who has a similar attraction. With gas prices for cars soaring . . . I REALLY hope I'm around to purchase some of these "Future Cars" >>> hydrogen cars that run on water, leave no harmful emissions just pure drinking water, Norway already has introduced them >>> cars that are electric and plug into your household, may one day give current back to your house to use and even look good!!! and can MOOOOVE, just as fast . . . enter the Tessa ??? >>> cars thar can run on compressed air . . .Read more ›
The other DVD, 2058, is also informative and speculates very well on what life might be like in the year 2058. If there is one thing that diminishes this DVD, it's the movie-like segment about the power station in space. Other than that, it's very good.
If you are interested in vehicles of the future and what the world might be like, pick up this 2 disc set.
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bought brand new and all works great love stuff like this probably gonna be others like this if you like stuff on the history channel then you'll probably like this as wellPublished on July 5, 2013 by B. Gannon
This is one of the greatest programs I've ever seen out of anything that I've ever watched in my entire life. Read morePublished on March 4, 2010 by K. Branche
This is not true 1.78:1 aspect ratio. The video is letterboxed, which means it will not display across the entire screen on some systems set up for pure digital video (i.e. Read morePublished on May 10, 2009 by Dan Thompson