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    http://projects.star.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp:/proj...images/oc-s.mpg

    :shock: check it out :shock:
    "Did you ever blow bubbles as a kid? Well he's back in town and wants your number"

  • #2
    :o thats cool!
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    • #3
      is that real !?! :shock:

      i want one of them jackets!!!

      it would pay for itself after the first bank job :twisted:
      If That Phone Was Up Your arse, Maybe You Could Drive A Little Better.

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      • #4
        No way... :shock:

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        • #5
          I'm not buying it, I reckon they're projecting a modified image of the background against itself, with UV light or something - then used a particular colour on the ball & brick to pick it up, then maybe modify on a PC. You can see that there's an edge to the 'invisibility' as he walks off screen - and walks out of the projected image.

          Looks good though.



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          • #6
            Maybe sitting in front of a blue screen with blue objects then overlaying the image? I was using a blue screen once and was wearing a bright blue jacket at the time (I was 15, give a man a break ) and aside from odd edges which reflected the light more than other parts, a lot of the jacket appeared almost transparent.

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            • #7
              That jacket is voted as one of the coolest inventions of 2003 by Time magazine. You can goto their webby and find it in there. Its the same jacket.

              Also of interest is the Bombardier, the one wheeled motorcycle thingy.

              It has something to do with a camera, and projecting an image onto that surface. I can't remember anything else about it.

              If anyones interested, I will drag up the URL for the jacket in Time magazine.
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              • #8
                http://www.time.com/time/2003/inventions/i...vinvisible.html

                Here tis!

                Here is more about it aswell...
                http://projects.star.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/proje...EDIA/xv/oc.html
                Right now Im having amnesia and deja vu at the same time. I think Ive forgotten this before.

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                • #9
                  Thanks chookie, saved me the effort.

                  Thats the link.
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