Apple Japan Shares Anime-Themed 'Behind the Mac' Video
Apple on its YouTube channel in Japan has shared a new animated "Behind the Mac" video that features various anime characters using Macs set to music from Japanese artist Yoshiho Nakamura.
Behind the Mac, new stories are born one after another. A story that is not yet in this world. Come on, you too.
Featured characters are shown from animated movies and shows that include "Weathering With You," "The Wonderland," "Gridman," "Your Name," "Yama No Susume," and more.
Apple has shared several other "Behind the Mac" ads that focus on creators who use the Mac to make art, to code, to make music, and more.
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mare you sure about that?
Akira - duo belt/shaft driven wheels on the glorious prototype - something Yamaha was working on and featured at an AutoShow just a year after that movie debuted back in the 80’s!
Macross (aka Robotech):
Zentradi (Gen 1) featured two-way vector engines. This was 1984! Yet Lockheed didn’t begin working on such a technology until after 2006!
Character maximillian sterling figures out to use eye-tracking for targeting without a directional input on an in-city video game which eventually was used by the TV shows military for shooting the enemy. This was to show us the AH-14 Apache helicopter’s rye-reticle for targeting; allowing targeting and shooting in one direction yet flying or hovering in another for the point of the nose of the chopper. Nicholas Cage has an early career movie featuring this some 5yrs later.
Robotech Masters (Gen 2): earth defence characters using heavy physical augmented armour.
Invid (Gen 3): specifically highlighting remote military weaponry piloting.
Macross Plus movie (1998):
Showing AI piloted jets and human mind controlled jets (both being researched by USA military some 10yrs later. Furthermore 3 way jet engine thrust vector (we’ve not seen this yet in use yet probably a protector yet unveiled to the public).
FYI Macross was jointly developed by a former USA military scientist working off a base in Asia (I think Japan cannot recall).
my rebuttal doesn’t contest your statement not showing ‘product brands’ but ideas led to or shown in real world products.
Do Japanese Keyboard get larger Enter Key? And those keyboard are definitely the good old Scissor Keyboard.
Edit: Turns out the Embedded player cant take time key. It is at 0:19