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To help filter out the phonies and fakes all trying to make a quick buck on something he believes in, Knapp is asking those vested in Bigfoot research to rely on technology built out of MIT to prove that the truth is out there.
Knapp, who runs a blog called “Bigfoot Crossroads,” a personal site with updates about all things Sasquatch, recently stumbled upon an invention created by students and researchers in the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab in Cambridge in 2012, called “Eulerian Video Magnification.”
That makes a lot of sense. A guy in a fake Bigfoot suit should be easy to spot with this method while a genuine, living being should show movement of muscle mass beneath the skin as it moves.
Now we only need for Bigfoot to pose for a high definition, high quality video for some seconds, without moving.
So it only works with an object that is basically stationary? Guess I misunderstood, not the first time...