Everybody knows how the 13-minute-long, zombie-laden adventure that is the Thriller video shaped the history of music and saw the birth to a little phenomenon called MTV. Michael Jackson was primed to reinvent the medium from the start, though, with his very first music video.
Someone had the clever idea to erase every Brazilian player out of the humiliating World Cup game with Germany. The fact is that it doesn't really matter because Brazil was an invisible troupe of clowns to begin with. The game plays just the same without them.
It always rains the day you're moving or gets really icy when you have a lot of driving ahead of you. Murphy's Law definitely applies. If you could control the weather things would be much easier, and Design I/O wants you to feel like you can. Their installation allows participants to make it rain, produce wind,…
Hello Jessica Starr, weather woman of FOX Detroit, you don't seem to be wearing any clothes. In fact, you look invisible! Is this meteorologist sorcery? A camera trick? A fashion faux pas? A bit of everything actually.
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…
Grandma Millie and Grandma Fran + green screen roller coaster = 80 seconds of pure hilarious joyride. Please, god, let this be a series. Next stop: Grandmas in Space! [The Daily What]
Something fun (though NSFW) to end your work week: Peter Jackson's Weta Workshop has provided amazing effects for movies like Lord of the Rings, but can it green-screen naughty bits for indie-film makers? This mock behind-the-scenes look answers that question.
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.
Sci Fi has announced that they'll be producing Sanctuary, television's first entirely green screen show. Its plot explores the possible existence of shadow-hidden mutants living among us (which doesn't sound like the worst fodder for CGI overload, though a weather drama might have required a lower budget). With the…