Black Mirror Reflection: AppleOfMyi

By Frances Jorgenson In society, “Don’t judge a book by its cover” is no longer relevant, because humanity judges everyone and everything from the first glimpse. Wallace and Samantha have just been married and are trying to start the family of their dreams.  The new trend is a new mobile app that allows families to …

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Black Mirror Reflection: APT

By Katherine Johnson The world is divided. There are the “APT’s” and the “NON’s” all over the world. If you fall into the APT category, you have a genetically modified aptitude to be good at your passion. If you are a NON, what you enjoy doing is different than you genetic aptitude. The fate of …

Black Mirror Reflection: The Game

Picture this, you live in a world that is run by an application. With every decision you encounter in life, a bubble pops up with the decision you are facing along with four different solutions to the decision.

Black Mirror Reflection: Heaven or Hell

Nicole Kidman would play the main woman and Alexander Skarsgard would play the man. The technology being used is augmented reality to create everyone’s personal heaven and hell. Depending on what kind of person you were while you were alive depends on what kind of augmented reality you end up with for the rest of your life.

Black Mirror Reflection: Conspiracy

My episode of “Black Mirror” would be structured like a police drama to set it apart from other episodes. I imagine it being similar to the early episodes of “Psycho Pass.”

Black Mirror Reflection: Analysis and Partner Match Process

By Hailey Cunningham My “Black Mirror” episode idea was inspired by our society’s obsession and fascination with dating apps, such as Tinder and Bumble. I constantly hear about couples meeting on dating websites and apps. Awkward in-person confrontations and rejection are eliminated. It is also more convenient and less time-consuming to click through profiles of …

Black Mirror Reflection: Fallout

The episode begins in a pristine, utopian society. We follow a male protagonist, portrayed by Timothée Chalamet, who is a typical male businessman. He works for a startup company.

Black Mirror Reflection: Pest Control

In this futuristic society, people live in a world where drones complete everyday household tasks. Albert, the main character, is a middle-class white male in his early 40s. He has multiple drones in his home that assist with daily chores.

Black Mirror Reflection: The Network

The Network is an online social media platform that lets members instantly watch other members’ lives. A chip is inserted behind the optic nerve, and the neural images are automatically uploaded to The Network for members to view. Once implanted, the only way to turn the stream off is death.

Black Mirror Reflection: Artemis

In 2320, the Earth is quickly becoming far too cramped. In response, an aeronautics corporation called Artemis has launched a project. The moon will act as the planet’s storage, aided by a “lunar elevator."

Reflection: I Make Money Moves

My "Black Mirror" episode is about the growing problem of materialism or materialistic wealth. Many people are caught up in trying to chase money, and they forget about the other important things in life.

Black Mirror Reflection: The Center

Scientists have developed technology that gives them the ability to make people live longer, adding years onto their lives. When this discovery was made, it was groundbreaking and exciting, with everyone wanting to be one of the first individuals to use it.

Black Mirror Reflection: Dying to Live

In my episode of "Black Mirror," scientists have found a cure for aging. They have found medicine that prevents people from aging on the outside and inside. Although people cannot age, they can still die from disease and physical damage.

Black Mirror Reflection: Every Moment of the Day

In the future, instead of having multiple apps, they will all be rolled into one that will resemble Facebook. This app, however, does not require you to do much work. Instead of having to type a post and send it yourself, the app will do it all for you.

Black Mirror Reflection: Getting Personal

Many people use social media or relationship apps to find friends or a potential girlfriend/boyfriend. These apps usually present a fantastic image of the person with words that only uplift and send positive impressions to the viewer.

Black Mirror Reflection: Masked Men

Facial recognition is a growing technology that could potentially replace many things in modern society. The conversation of facial recognition recently caught fire with Apple’s release of the latest iPhone X.

Black Mirror Reflection: Trumble

Episode four of the Black Mirror series revolves around the main character, Rosie. This is about a small town girl who falls into an obsession with her high school’s new addiction with a virtual world.

Black Mirror Reflection: Sally

In this episode, it is extremely difficult to tell humans apart from artificial intelligence robots. Sally is one of many artificial intelligence robots created by the United States government.

Black Mirror Reflection: Locked Out

My episode for Season 4 of “Black Mirror” would be called “Locked Out." The main character in the show would be Jane, a mother of four, who lives in Nashville.

Black Mirror Reflection: Dis-order

In my episode of Season 4 of Black Mirror, the year is 2065, and the latest home innovation is the newest feature from Amazon XX, which automatically restocks every car and home that is registered with them.

Black Mirror Reflection: Quikdoc

My idea for Black Mirror Season 4: Episode 1 involves the healthcare system and AI. My story is set in a neighborhood suburb of Atlanta.

Black Mirror: Face to Face

For my Black Mirror episode, I would have all the people in the community, or the characters in the episode extremely addicted to their cell phones - to the point where they cannot interact or communicate with each other confidently with out them.

Black Mirror Reflection: Socially Awkward

For my Black Mirror episode, I would have all the people in the community, or the characters in the episode extremely addicted to their cell phones - to the point where they cannot interact or communicate with each other confidently with out them.

Black Mirror Reflection: Come Together America

My episode takes place several years into the future. At this time, around 2040, social media and technology have really taken off. There have been several new social media websites invented, and everybody is amazed by social media and technology, even more than they are today.

Black Mirror Reflection: Mesmerizing Advertising

Scientists are already discovering ways in which neuro-hacking, a thread of technological hardware, would work and how it could be used for neuro-science-based self-improvement of mood and health. But where there is good with newfangled machinery and techno-advances, there can also be bad.

Black Mirror Reflection: The Game of Love

In the near future, babies are inserted with identical microchips at birth identifying them as soulmates. At age 18, young lovers must play a game to find each other that will end in love or death.