Exclusive never-before-seen photos from inside J.J. Abrams' Enterprise

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While everyone is ramping up for J.J. Abrams' latest Trek movie, the Star Trek Into Darkness app is uncovering some hidden treasures from Star Trek past. We've got an exclusive collection of high-res, never-before-seen shots of the redesigned Enterprise bridge from 2009 — check them out!

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Taken right out of the Bad Robot vault of awesome, check out Scott Chambliss' awesome redesign for the rebooted Enterprise Bridge — the detail is intense. And if you're following along on the Star Trek Into Darkness app (available on iTunes, the Google store, and Amazon apps) you can scan these images to earn extra points and rise in rank in Starfleet up to Admiral.

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DISCUSSION

So where are the actual dynamic words and numbers people communicate with? There is no text (configurable or permanent) except on the overhead screens. All the consoles are either video game controllers or playskool desks.

Yet there are stenciled ID numbers and labels for the consoles.

"How much antimatter do we have?" "Err... three out of four glowing buttons, sir."

"How fast are we going?" "No red lights yet, sir. All blue."

"Red-thingy moving toward the green-thingy. I think we're the green-thingy..."