Is Anything Real?

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  • I’m not sure I got the point here. Even very young chil­dren learn quick­ly these days that “see­ing is believ­ing” is no longer true, if it ever was!

  • MtRtMk says:

    Actu­al­ly I thought it made a very valid point. At least it appears so to me. As a view­er, we know when spe­cial effects etc. are used. But, then there are times like in the vid, when we by default assume that the peo­ple on screen are say actu­al­ly walk­ing down the street. Very inter­est­ing vid. What is real and what is the blue screen? Tough to deci­pher. The line dif­fer­en­ti­at­ing the two is not clear for the view­er.

  • MtRtMk says:

    Can’t edit above com­ment. But when there are fan­cy effects, then we are alive to the fact that vir­tu­al tech is at work. But like the run­ning into glass wall at 0:33 into vid. At least for me, if I had watched it on TV, I would have thought that the actress actu­al­ly ran into a REAL glass wall rather than a com­put­er gen­er­at­ed back­ground.

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