Discussion in 'Trek Tech' started by NCC-73515, Sep 9, 2022.
confirmed by one of the VFX guys to be DOTS
Those are some big DOTS at the scale of the Titan.
They were described as "Heavy Duty".
Is that your PC way of calling the DOTs "FAT"?
I think the kids call it "thicc" these days.
I like this new scale. I wonder if it means the TMP Enterprise is larger now too.
One size does not fit all.
Was the Raffi with the holoemitter one of Rios' former holocrew repurposed? The original Raffi is overlooking the scene but not obviously controlling the image with any remote control device.
Possibly the most foolish place to keep a safety toggle on a simluated reality is knee-height near alcohol.
Which is why you the Titan is scaled up
Or...and just hear me out on this...you manufacture different sized DOTs based upon ship size.
I know it's crazy talk.
No more crazier than the size of the Titan being 560m despite having identical features to the TMP Enterprise. Scale up or down the DOT. Doesn't matter.
Or have multiple models of DOTS.
All approximately the same size in the scene. Yep. Model A can have a phaser torch while Model B has the searchlight.
So long as Model C has the whiskey.
Hmm... no those are the St Bernard models. C is the arts and crafts DOT.
DOTs clearly operate on the same shifting scale basis as BoPs.
LOL... and apparently so does the TMP saucer section.
Proof that DOTS were once a Klingon tech and stolen by the Federation!
A thought occurred to me this morning.
The next episode is called "The Bounty".
We know we're meeting La Forge in this one. We know he's stationed at the Fleet Museum.
What do you bet we're gonna see the gang borrow a certain 100+-year-old Bird-of-Prey to reach Daystrom Station undetected?
There’s no more Treaty of Algeron. I would think they could get a cloaking device pretty much anywhere rather than stealing a 100 year old ship from a museum.
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