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All the panels somehow blend into each other thus it becomes a bit cumbersome to navigate. If we take Lightroom for example, everything is in different shades of gray, and it looks more organized. Looks quite like Capture One. On the other hand, though it looks quite messy at first, it offers quite a lot of information at a glance. I would imagine that after a decent amount of user feedback the theme will be visually optimized. When in develop mode, the only thing that bothers me the most is that the controls are on the left side. Since we read from left to right, it seems kind of logical to have the picture first, and the controls second.
By contrast, a digital resource, such as a VR experience, can be duplicated and enjoyed simultaneously by multiple parties in real-time. Not so in the real-world of physical resources, on our little blue planet. So, unless we all live within the Matrix (another Dystopia), we're stuck with the physical realities of scarcity vis--vis the ballooning population growing according to the geometric function. Going the other direction, to de-populate the world, intentionally or otherwise, sounds like the wrong solution too.
Firstly, its nasty whether done surreptitiously or via outright genocide, besides having the dreadful question of who should be deciding whom to terminate and in what numbers. Some all powerful God-like AI to decide.