Discovery preserves sci-fi stories that feel real

Osunsanmi is very proud of Species 10-C. The alien species are notorious for having to remain in human form for much of “Star Trek,” possibly because the human actors had to play them. With more advanced special effects technology at their disposal, the makers of “Star Trek: Discovery” have finally been granted permission to make an alien species look as weird as they could have imagined. 10-C species also communicate nonverbally, expressing themselves through a combination of sympathetic vibrations and flashing lights on their bodies. Osunsanmi was energized by inventing such a species, and when asked where “Discovery” might go next, he declare that he wanted more scientific articles than research requests.

“We were really out of the Star Trek with the 10-C of what we did, especially in ‘Discovery,’ we tried to make it the most unique creature of all time. I don’t know if we’ll be there, but it must be one of the most unique creatures… We learned a lot about science in episode 12 and a little bit of episode 13, with . .. communication. Because the interpreter isn’t working, and we’ve invited people in to help with that. And I think I think all of this is more realistic.”

“Discover” is reportedly rented linguist and biologists to support them.

But it is the real world that seems to inspire Osunsanmi the most. As announced in 2021, UFOs are real. With that information, what would a sci-fi movie about extraterrestrial contact do? The idea of ​​encountering an alien species is now far beyond the realm of fiction. “Star Trek” may have to recalibrate to accommodate that new information. Indeed, it could mean a coup for the entire genre. Osunsanmi chooses to be nervous at the prospect. Discovery preserves sci-fi stories that feel real

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