I'll offer a mention of the warp prototype. Here are three simple screenshots from it.
A. A corvette at a space station. The leftmost dial indicates full warp disruption (the outer, blue ring) and zero power to the warp drive (the middle, grey ring).
B. The corvette racing along towards Jupiter. The leftmost dial is now indicating no warp disruption because the ship is in interplanetary space, and the drive is running at about 50% power. Alignment aids are turned on in order to make approaching Jupiter easier.. The colored background is indicating the gravity field of the star and its planets. At the displayed scale, only the star's gravity field is significant. Note that the yellow streak is not the ship itself, but the "dot trail" indicating where it has been recently. The ship itself is only a dot.
C. The corvette setting up a jump to another star. Note that the rightmost dial is lit, indicating that the jump drive is active. It's being rather too ambitious for its jump drive, as the white line indicates how far it can jump, while the red continuation indicates the full jump path to the destination star. The warp prototype used the "jump tunnel" approach to jumping, which is a skill-based way to travel between stars. Flavien intended to use a probabilistic jump technique.
The proper way to show off the warp prototype would be with a minute-long video, but I don't feel up to assembling one.