Terminator Vision Effect storyline
Added: 4 years ago
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[scene opens with a young man wearing a suit and standing outside, as he lifts his cellphone up to his ear]
VOICE: [over the phone] I want that book.
[cut to inside the Tun Hussein Onn Library, as the man slowly walks past the reference desk (where a male librarian is helping a group of patrons) and puts on a pair of sunglasses]
[cut to the man's POV (as the screen takes on a red hue, similiar to the T-1000's optic processor from the "Terminator" films) as he surveys the patrons sitting at a nearby table while "Criteria: 123 XFC GHQ 498 680 RGT" flashes across the screen]
[he zooms in on one male patron looking at a computer, as "Visual Dell Monitor 19-Inch" flashes across the screen]
[he continues scanning the table, as "Visual Library Chair Color-Blue" and "Visual Computer Table Size-Medium" flash across the screen]
[he scans another patron ("Visual Human SCT-BMSY"), then "Accessing - Object Not Found" flashes across the screen]
[cut to the man walking down the stairs (still from his POV), as "Scanning 123 987 AKZ 735 451 CKJ 289 103 BAE 498 201 CCK 251 289 THS" flashes across the screen]
[cut to the man standing in the stacks, then back to his POV as he scans the shelves ("Accessing XFC 1234 786 TED 1324 712 YCQ 1347 813 YUL 2547 244 DUK 2147 894")]
[he continues scanning the stacks, as "Visual Book Shelf Lower Ground" and "Visual Books-3D Modeling" flash across the screen]
[he continues scanning the stacks, then "Accessing - Object Not Found" flashes across the screen]
[cut to the man standing in front of one of the bookshelves, when a young boy runs up behind him and grabs a book]
[cut back to the man's POV, as "Visual Little Boy Standard 6" flashes across the screen]
[cut back to the man, as the young boy runs off camera]
[cut back to the man's POV, as he continues scanning the books on the shelf ("Visual Child Psychology, Author - Brickman")]
[cut back to the man, as the little boy comes back and grabs another book off the shelf, before running off camera again]
[cut to the little boy returning once again and grabbing another book off the shelf, except this time the man holds up his hand to stop him from running away]
TERMINATOR: [whispering] How do you find books so easily in here?
LITTLE BOY: [whispering] That's easy, I use OPAC.
[cut to the boy sitting at a computer terminal, as the man stands behind him and watches]
LITTLE BOY: All you have to do is click here ...
[cut to a closeup of the screen, as a search box appears under "Quick Search"]
LITTLE BOY: [from off camera] And search for the book you want.
[he types in "Project Management" and then clicks the "Words" button]
LITTLE BOY: [from off camera] And then click here.
[the search results screen appears, and he clicks the "Details" button for "Information technology project management" by Kathy Schwalbe]
[cut back to the man looking over the little boy's shoulder]
TERMINATOR: [whispering] I see. Thank you very much.
[he gives a thumbs up (which the boy returns in kind), then cut to the man sitting alone at the computer terminal, as he slowly removes his sunglasses and begins typing]
[he clicks on the mouse, then smiles, as "OPAC Simple and Easy" appears on screen]