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Excerpt from General Motors Highways and Horizons: New York World's Fair There are few barriers left, and people, once days apart, are now within easy reach of one another. The future will see a still greater realization of this conquest of mankind over nature's : Norman Bel Geddes.
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General Motors Highways & horizons: New York World's Fair by Geddes, Norman Bel, ; New York World's Fair ()Pages: General Motors - Futurama - Highways and Horizons Exhibit.
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General Motors. Futurama. Dates / Origin Date Created: - General Motors' 35,square-foot "Highways and Horizons" pavilion contained the Fair's most popular exhibit entitled "Futurama." Here, in moving chair-cars, each equipped with its own sound system for a "personal tour," visitors witnessed the largest and.
Notes. CCA call no. T (IDB) Title from cover. Describes General Motors' Highways and Horizons exhibit at the New York World's Fair. Covers included in pagination. To New Horizons () Promotional film from General Motors created to champion their "Highways and Horizons" exhibit at the New York World's Fair.
The film presents a vision of the future, namely of seen through the eyes of those living inand imagines the world of tomorrow which the narrator describes as "A greater world, a better world, a world which always will grow forward".
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Geddes' "vision of the future" was rather achievable; the most advanced technology posited was the automated highway system of which General Motors built a working prototype by Futurama is widely held to have first introduced the general American public to the concept of a network of expressways connecting the nation.
A look at pre-World War II futuristic utopian thinking, as envisioned by Norman Bel Geddes for General Motors. This was designer Bel Geddes masterpiece -- the "Futurama" exhibit in GM's "Highways. Shows the Futurama exhibit of the "wonder world of " in GM's "Highways and Horizons" pavilion at the New York World's Fair.
Originally a public domain film, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied.
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New York World's Fair. Souvenir Map. General Rating: % positive. Futurama (not the TV series) was an exhibit/ride at the New York World's Fair designed by Norman Bel Geddes that presented a possible model of the world 20 years into the future (–).
This brocuhure, produced by General Motors, describes the exhibit while selAuthor: Stephen Coles. General Motors Highways & Horizons Building containing Bel Geddes’s Futurama exhibit, Geddes’s masterpiece was the General Motors Pavilion at the New York World’s Fair, an ingeniously planned experience titled “Highways and Horizons,” popularly known by its catchier moniker, Futurama.
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Visitors to the General Motors Highways and Horizons exhibit at the New York World’s Fair proudly wore this “I have seen the future” pin after stepping out of the “Futurama,” a ride-like feature of the exhibit that traversed several levels of the pavilion, and extended for a third of a mile.
The Futurama cove In its early years, the possibilities of the road seemed endless. “Futurama: Highways and Horizons”, an exhibit at the New York World’s Fair (financed by General Motors), envisioned a Author: Myles Little.
Of his utopian predictions, Bel Geddes's best-known project was the Futurama exhibit in the General Motors "Highways and Horizons" pavilion at the - New York World's Fair. It was an immense model of America, circaseen by 27, visitors daily who exited with a pin proclaiming "I Have Seen the Future.
So began the dramatic Futurama ride through GM’s Highways and Horizons exhibit, the largest single exhibit at the Fair, and the most popular according to Gallup.
videos in this story are excerpts from "To New Horizons," () Produced by Handy (Jam) Organization, Sponsored by General Motors Corporation. This public domain video was. View Norman Bel Geddes’s "diagram in relief of city-traffic plan for showing features of boulevards and location of Highways & Horizons exhibit." Visible are Bel Geddes’s imaginative traffic plans to route through-traffic around the city center, proposing ways to alleviate traffic congestion and increase efficiency.
marks 70 years since the closing of the New York World's Fair, a far more significant event than its opening. That was the year when a living vision of the future instantly became- Author: Elliott Kalan.
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