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Neurotrace
26th May 2012, 04:58
I'm certain we're all aware of the post-it notes found in Windmills apartment (Forever Alone, Srs Bsns, etc.). There's one variation on the post-it note which contained a set of binary


1001001111
00101100
10011110
1111010101
101110011

which if you attempt to translate it to text you get nothing. However, after converting to decimal you get


591
44
158
981
321
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2095

If you look at the definitive source of all human knowledge (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_films_set_in_the_future) ;) there's only one movie set in 2095: Immortel (ad vitam) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immortal_%282004_film%29) or Immortal for the English speaking crowd.

Immortal is essentially about a dystopian world where normal humans live along side genetically altered humans and a giant pyramid appears in New York where some Egyptian gods make their entrance in to the human world (most notably Horus). Immortal was done almost entirely on a digital backlot and the cinematics were done by Quantic Dream (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantic_Dream), the people behind games like Indigo Prophecy and Heavy Rain.
Although I haven't been able to definitively correlate the two, Immortal appears to be in a world which exists in the same universe as the game Omnikron: The Nomad Soul (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omikron:_The_Nomad_Soul). Omnikron is a game that came out for the PC and Dreamcast. What makes this all interesting is that Omnikron is the only game that Quantic Dream and Eidos worked on together.

Thoughts?