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Originally posted by TheAmused
What made me double take is it's eye's.
If ya watch close and even zoom in..
You can see the reflection in it's eye of what's in the living room there.
That's uber detailed...
And i got no idea even with cgi and cheap budget how he figured out how to do that one.
the eye's squint ect...
kinda hard to do with a puppet on a stick.
and the eye squint's are not the same every time as if staring at something...
even harder to pull off with a head on a stick.
at least to me..
[edit on 19-8-2009 by TheAmused]
Red-eye in photographs is caused by the reflection of the camera's flash. Because the retina of the human eye is covered with tiny blood vessels, the reflection of the camera's flash causes the eyes to appear red and glowing. Red-eye most often occurs in dark environments. Because the surroundings are dark, the pupil opens wider to allow more light in.
Originally posted by bigstone
It is obviously done with something outside just to the left of the camera reflecting off the glass giving the illusion of being inside.
Originally posted by getreadyalready
Seems pretty ridiculous to me!
I can travel hundreds of light years just to sneak around in someones yard and peak in their window!! Oops, let me duck real quick, they might see me!
I don't know if the footage is real or fake, but I certainly don't believe aliens are creeping around our bushes at night like some kind of cruddy peeping tom!