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Now first of all, we have to take a look at the functionality of the costume (or rather suit), which obviously is the creation of a genius scientist and inventor. In fact Iron Man is pretty much the Marvel equivalent of Batman (though, less brooding and more self-centered, and with a war trauma as incentive instead of the loss of his parents), whose strength ...


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Tony Stark is one of the most well developed characters not just in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but in modern cinema today, and his relationship with his Iron Man suits is as fascinating as it is unhealthy. If you recall the events of Iron Man, you will remember that Tony Stark first designs his Iron Man suit (and later refines it) in order to escape ...


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Fighter pilots first used HUDs in the 1950's to display altitude, speed and targeting systems on the front of the cockpit canopy. So, it'd be difficult to imagine any film before that time period would have any kind of HUD. Not only was it not a widely known technology, but the special effects would have been impractical and costly. The first movie I can ...


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As mentioned in the other answers, the operating system itself is a fake, but in terms of "what could the hacking dongle do, coding wise"... well, anything. The Universal Serial Bus used for these devices already has a proof of concept allowing a machine to be compromised just from inserting a compromised USB stick: BadUSB – Turning devices evil. Once ...


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you can see in this pic They first created a prosthetic chest over his real chest and spray tanned it to match his original skin tone. Then they put in his "heart" so it would look like it's actually a hole in his chest while his actual chest is underneath it.



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