posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 12:33 PM
Originally posted by dissembler
A fake? Probably. But ALL UFOs look fake because we have nothing to compare them to.
What does a "real" UFO look like?
How does a "real" UFO move?
It's not like looking at a picture of a CGI car, lets say. With that you would have a point of reference. You know what a real car looks and moves
like, so your brain can draw a comparison.
When the day comes when I see a UFO hover about, then disappear in a ball of plasma, I'll come back and have a second look at this, then draw a
That's not the point, at all.
You don't need to know the object to know it's CGI. Computer graphics are limited (although in recent years they look amazing) and have a lot of
thing that give them away immediatly.
You need a very good computer, a super-computer or a set of them to module and ilustrate an advanced effect like water or reflections. Those things
you see in movies take years to make and perfection and only now you can see the results from that.
What I'm saying is that you can always spot imperfections... The shapes and angles are too good/bad, the focus around the object in contrast with the
Like everything with UFO you need a trained eye for this, but I guess if you play a lot of videogames or if you see a lot of movies, you start to
detect those differences.
Having a good cameraman experience also helps, since you would know if the camera is behaving correctly to the object.
Sadly, Youtube helps hoax, since it's lack of image quality actually helps hidding those imperfections... But if life gives you acid limons, make
[edit on 18/8/09 by Tifozi]