Tom Scott's back, this time giving us a lesson about the history of green screen, and how you did it when all you had to work with was film or video.
We were saddened to learn that Who Framed Roger Rabbit? star Bob Hoskins passed away last night, and this video shows just how game an actor Hoskins was—turning himself into a human cartoon as he acted against a blue screen.
Turkish network STV tends to air religious programming, and it's not uncommon to see a character land themselves in Hell. But during one episode, the special effects team neglected to add fake fire to their Hell, leaving behind a lot of blue screen.
If you've watched any basketball games this past season, you might have noticed some really great commercials that showed current NBA stars in their earlier life (in high school, college, etc) interacting with people from "the future" (or 2011). It's amazing when you see 2005 version of Kevin Durant "react" to the…
Roaming through discarded exposures and lighting film tests, a cinema enthusiast has discovered that George Lucas originally wanted Star Wars' Imperial TIE Fighters to be purple. Thankfully for everyone except Prince, this horrible idea was discarded for technical reasons.
Now you can desecrate your favorite movies and TV shows by using Yoostar's Webcam/microphone, green screen, and software to insert yourself into famous scenes. The results are easily uploaded to Yoostar.com, where you can also buy more scenes to use.