Production studio yU+co’s main on end title sequence for the Walt Disney Pictures movie Tomorrowland presents a series of mesmerizing portraits of future. The 3-D animated sequence, which delivers the movie’s end credits, takes audiences on a breathtaking tour through the vast metropolis of the “world of tomorrow.” The opening scene—inspired by drawings from the 1900 Paris Exposition—shows flying machines circling the Eiffel Tower; the animation then progresses through the decades, depicting an evolving city of the future as envisioned by science fiction greats such as Jules Verne and Fritz Lang.


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