Entertainment Industry Infographics

Coolest Uses of Barcode Scanners in Movies

Barcodes and barcode scanners are used just about everywhere, from the local grocery store or Home Depot to tracking millions of dollars worth of assets in business. Another place where barcodes are present is in Hollywood – that is movies. Wasp Barcode has put together an infographic featuring some of the coolest uses of barcode scanners found on the silver screen.

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The Science of Star Trek

Wormholes. Warp engines. Transporters. Replicators. Certainly, much of the universe as imagined by “Star Trek” creator Gene Rodenberry is truly science fiction. But how much of it is reality – or could ever be reality? Best Computer Science Degree explores this question in the following infographic.

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America’s Beach Love Affair

America’s Beach Love Affair

Get out your teeny weeny bikinis and crank up the Beach Boys! UltimateCoupons.com is throwing a beach blanket bingo party to celebrate Memorial Day. Kick off the summer with a nostalgic infographic looking back to the 1960s beach explosion.

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What America Does at Night

Ever wondered what America does with its free time at night? Clubs? Bars? Nightclubs? All of the above? Check out this infographic, published by Lucky Strike, to see the stats on the most popular activities and what cities are the most popular for nightlife.

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The World’s Highest Grossing Actor

Samuel L. Jackson is the world’s highest grossing actor, according to the Guinness Book of World Record. In fact his movies combined have taken in more than $7.4 billion. This infographic by Statista provides the astonishing details.

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Your Favorite Sitcom is Changing Into a Social Phenomenon

The sitcoms and dramas that television viewers love have become companions to social media with Facebook and Twitter chatter becoming a normal part of the viewing experience. And social-savvy networks are making the most of this new television-viewing trend.

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100 Years of Universal Studios

Movie giant, Universal Studios reached its 100th anniversary on April 30, and has released the following infographic showing some fascinating facts and figures throughout its history. For example, did you know the budget for American Graffiti was $777,777.77? Can you guess how many clocks and watches appear in Back To The Future?

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The Death of the DVD

Netflix, the king of the DVD rental business, lost 2.76 million DVD subscribers in the fourth quarter of 2011 as more and more of their customers shifted to online streaming-only packages. Even with this, Netflix still has a solid foothold in the DVD movie marketplace. But in 2012, movies viewed online are expected to outnumber movies viewed on DVD as well as other physical formats for the first time in history.

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How DVRs Are Changing the Way We Watch TV

Do you need a way to record your favorite TV shows while you’re away from your Television? A digital video recorder (DVR) will help you solve this problem and it will definitely improve the quality of your life. DVRs have been credited with changing the way Americans watch TV and this infographic from Connect Your Home is proof of it.

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10 Simple Ways to Sell More Music Online

This infographic from SongCast is a representation of proven music promotion techniques that help musicians and bands to sell music online. It also gives important statistics on the music industry, regarding music sales online, music retailers and the revenue of the industry.

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