Optical illusion Waterfall

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+41 1. Steveiwonder commented 7 years ago

This plays with my head :S
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-8 2. Dario10 commented 7 years ago

I've seen the picture of it, but his this possible in real life?
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+77 3. HellsVacancy commented 7 years ago

Come on, he could of atleast moved the camera around it at the end
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+36 4. maximilian commented 7 years ago

Must. See. Different. Angle. Aaarg!
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+7 7. irishgek commented 7 years ago

#2 No what you just watched was completely fake.
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+6 8. huldu commented 7 years ago

They would have put people on a bonfire for less than this back in the days.
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+3 9. orion commented 7 years ago

Yeah, it's special effects.
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+1 10. LightAng3l commented 7 years ago

It was done with after effects...
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+2 11. Esthreel commented 7 years ago

I wanted to believe...
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+2 12. Sizzlik (admin) commented 7 years ago

#10 ..you have seen #6 link, right?
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+2 13. sartre commented 7 years ago

M.C.Escher would have been delighted to see his drawing turned into a 3D working model.
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+2 14. LightAng3l commented 7 years ago

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There where multiple recordings spliced together: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VgbkCl452Y&feature=plcp

You can see him pouring in the middle portion here. There was a top pour and bottom pour, than the videos where combined..
AFTER EFFECTS!
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+1 15. manxman commented 7 years ago

another way is to allow the water to flow to the back of the trough (the furtest point from our viewpoint ie the top tier of the trough)as in the model in #5 link (first vid) and the water would stay there looking like it was about to fall on to water wheel, then just have a small pump to pump water up from where it was filled in the video up the nearest vertical strut to the top and then flow out and drop onto the wheel.

i know what i mean, just hard to explain.