One of the hallmarks of Star Trek’s visual aesthetic is the classic jump to warp speed. Audiences were treated to the first version of the warp jump in 1979 with the release of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. In this video, we will be doing a survey of how the warp jump effect changed over the years. Note: The Kelvin timeline and other alternate continuities are not included in this overview.
Note: The Kelvin timeline and other alternate continuities are not included in this overview.
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0:00 – Intro/Star Trek: The Motion Picture 0:32
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 1:02
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock 1:17
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home 1:43
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier 2:00
The Next Generation 2:50
Deep Space 9 4:04
First Contact 4:27
Lower Decks 7:29
Prodigy/Conclusion Warp jumps taken from these episodes… TNG: 11001001, Ménage à Troi, The Defector, Where No One Has Gone Before DS9: Defiant, Shattered Mirror, By Inferno’s Light, Sacrifice of Angels, Once More unto the Breach Voyager: Caretaker, Scorpion (Part I), Child’s Play Enterprise: Broken Bow, United Picard: The End Is the Beginning Lower Decks: Crisis Point, No Small Parts, wej Duj, First First Contact Prodigy: Terror Firma
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