It is a bit difficult to describe but I do my best ;-)
Designing a target can be very powerful and a lot of limitations from our "modern world" doesn't exist here.
You can go beyond labels or time.
I give you an example:
Imagine telling someone about your latest Birthday present. "My best friend gave me this really nice birthday present."
The label would be "best friend" and the object "birthday present". In remote viewing you can actually go behind this and look who the best friend is and what the object "birthday present" looks like.
A target could be something like this : "The remoteviewer perceives the moment when Joshua receives his birthday present from his best friend Max."
The target for the remoteviewer could be this: (This is what the remoteviewer actually reads right before the session)
A21 The target is an event. Describe the basic event and the primary subject as Subject T.
B21 Do a deep mindprobe on Subject T and ask if Subject T likes the event.
Future from what I can tell is a different story.
Future feels to me like it is based on different timelines of each individual. It always reminds me of these old board games. Everyone will pass certain points it just depends where you coming from.
Or like a huge spider web. Certain knots will come together when certain events did happend.
At least this how it feels to me. Time in general feels more event based to me rather than a clock ticking.