The full list of shorts, according to The Other Wiki:
- "Imaginaria" Where the audience is invited on a journey to a wonderous land of magical sights.
- "Anything Is Possible" A continuation of the above, where we meet: a Fountain Pen with a taste for dancing and fancy dress, a fat airplane, reality warping butterflies, and a naked artist figure model. The wooden kind.
- "Locomotion" Engine No. 9 has difficulty crossing a tressel on the way to his destination. Hilarity Ensues.
- "The Adventures of Andre & Wally B." Andre wakes up in the woods to find a bee coming for him.
- "All Shapes and Sizes" A catchy song set to Exactly What It Says on the Tin. One thing's for sure, they're always changing.
- "Rubber Duckies" A duck spawned from an inner-tube explores... some sort of factory/nursery/studio.
- Uncanny Valley Ensues. "Gourmet Records" A guy hungry for music, and records, looks for just the right song.
- "Night Magic" Basically Toy Story meets The Brave Little Toaster in the city... Also, naked aliens.
- "Down the Road" Watch as your tour guide drives you through the set of Earthquake and past the evil paperwork, all while singing about the joys on the road.
- "Lucy & Remo" The epic story of two birds in love, and the mysterious window that separates them.
- "Styro the Dog" A Badass Dog brags about how awesome he is.
- EPIC music videos produced in the early Nineties. "More Bells and Whistles" One of the most
- It's time to leave. "Going Home"
Every Imaginaria segment was used alongside clips from the first two Mind's Eye videos on Canadian cable channel YTV's 1994-1996 "Short Circuitz" interstitials, primarily as filler back when the station was only required to run 8 minutes of commercials an hour. Independent superstation NTV (Newfoundland Television) adapted these videos into five "Computer Animated Art Festivals" in the 2000s alongside new post-production effects and pop music soundtracks, giving even more of a Mind Screw effect than before.
Tropes exemplified in Imaginaria:
- An Aesop: Use your Imagination, kids!
- Alien Invasion: A scouting party for one seems to show up in "Night Magic".
- Determinator: Engine No. 9 from "Locomotion".
- Extreme Omnivore: Evidently, you can get music videos by eating records...
- No OSHA Compliance: During "Down The Road" the Point-of-View camera/car drives through what appears to be some sort of industrial/oil refinery complex. Hopefully the driver of that flatbed got fired for all those unsecured barrels he lost.
- Scenery Porn: For CGI ranging from mid-1980s to early 1990s? Plenty.
- Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: The Salt and Pepper Shakers from "Night Magic": Salt inexplicably has a pearl necklace, and the Pepper has a bow tie.
- Word Salad Lyrics: "Anything Is Possible" seems to have been written as the lyricist was watching the edited footage.
- Widget Series: W(H)AT (A Weird (Humorous) American Thing) and a Wicket