posted on Jun, 5 2009 @ 09:09 AM
The easiest tell tale sign, besides the fact that it's a flying fairy, is the relative smoothness of the object in question in relation to the rest
of the video. It moves too easily, as though it's following an 'imaginary' path of where to fly.
It lacked all the jerkiness and stop/go motions you get from real flying insects who's flight processes must battle wind resistence, lift-to-weight
ratios and gravity.
This thing just moved... well, like it wasn't affected by any of that.
It's purely CGI. Once these people incorporate real flight mechanics into their CGI clips, then we might get more believable fakes
[edit on 5-6-2009 by noonebutme]