I was going to show you a couple of other things I'm going to skip.
I'll show you one other thing that has nothing to do with anything.
This is something online; six years ago, they did this. This is an online thing done by guys who had some visual effects experience.
But the point was, that they were doing things that were using these mystery boxes that they had -- everyone has now.
What I've realized is what my grandfather did for me when I was a kid, everyone has access to now.
You don't need to have my grandfather, though you wish you had.
But I have to tell you -- this is a guy doing stuff on a Quadra 950 computer -- the resolution's a little bit low -- using Infinity software they stopped making 15 years ago.
He's doing stuff that looks as amazing as stuff I've seen released from Hollywood.
The most incredible sort of mystery, I think, is now the question of what comes next.
Because it is now democratized. So now, the creation of media -- it's everywhere.
The stuff that I was lucky and begging for to get when I was a kid is now ubiquitous.
And so, there's an amazing sense of opportunity out there.
And when I think of the filmmakers who exist out there now who would have been silenced, you know -- who have been silenced in the past -- it's a very exciting thing.
I used to say in classes and lectures and stuff, to someone who wants to write, "Go! Write! Do your thing."
It's free, you don't need permission. But now I can say, "Go make your movie!" There's nothing stopping you from going out there and getting the technology.
You can lease, rent, buy stuff off the shelf that is either as good, or just as good, as the stuff that's being used by the, you know, "legit people."
No community is best served when only the elite have control. And I feel like this is an amazing opportunity to see what else is out there.