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The digital age has always been something of an awkward thing when it comes to cinema. Technology nowadays is ridiculously swiftly outdated. For proof of just how antiquated previously dazzling technology becomes, look no further than the mobile phones in The Matrix. Tony Zhou, of Every Frame a Painting, has put together a nifty look into text messaging and the internet in cinema, how they have evolved over time as well as possible solutions for depicting them elegantly without the risk of dating too horribly.
Check out the video below –