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According to Memory-Alpha, which lists as source the Star Trek: Fan Collective - Borg DVD set text commentary: Cliff Bole filmed the scene wherein Riker and Worf share an elevator trip – from one corridor to another – in one continuous shot, using a subtle lighting difference in the corridor set to make it seem as if the turbolift (which did not actually ...


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Taking into account that the background setting is identical, it looks like they simply altered the lighting slightly between the time that Riker and Worf walk into the lift and then walked out again. The door in the background is a dark umber colour when they walk in and then lighter orange when they walk out, an effect that would be achieved by merely ...


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We see from Geordi's POV on several occasions. In the episode TNG: Heart of Glory when he uses a "Visual Acuity Transmitter" In the episode TNG: The Mind's Eye, albeit his vision has been tampered with by the Romulans. In the episode TNG: The Enemy, noting that his 'neural ...


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Star Trek: Lower Decks (which is canon-ish) featured an Exocomp who was a member of Starfleet


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In the (much newer) series Star Trek: Lower Decks, other VISOR wearing people appear, for instance in the first episode of the first season 'Second Contact' (image from TrekCore)


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According to the Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual, the Enterprise-D is equipped with six lateral sensor arrays. The Primary Hull has forward-facing, port-facing and starboard-facing sensor arrays, while the Secondary (Engineering) Hull has aft-facing, port-facing and starboard-facing sensor arrays. The Galaxy Class Enterprise features one of ...


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Well if you can only have one the Vor'cha class is the battle cruiser of the TNG era. https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Vor%27cha_class I'd opt against the bird of prey as those were introduced in star trek III and are not uniquely TNG era. Vor'cha was the first new klingon class on screen meant to be in the lineage of the classic era D7 and movie era K'...


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Spot was played by at least six different cats over the seven seasons and movies where Spot makes an appearance. Spot actually changes from a long-haired Somali cat to an orange tabby in Season 6. Even Spot's gender changes from male to female in the course of the series. In universe, it's possible Data simply owned multiple cats, all named Spot, although ...


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The seams were obviously to tailor the costumes. You'll note in the picture of LeVar Burton shown below that he has two horizontal seams on the chest, and other characters from other episodes show them as well. The only reason for those seams would be to adjust the tailoring to be as fitting as possible for the specific performer. What I suspect happened is ...


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