rmack350 wrote on 8/19/2008, 2:51 PM
Lot's of nice commercial applications in the future when we all use video phones or expect live video support on the web.

As far as using it for movies...I think sometimes people have fantasies of making movies all alone without any other people involved. My guess is that if you could do it then most movies would be kind of sterile (more than they are now).

In the end, big productions might find that live actors are cheaper and better, and the film making process much more fun when many people are involved.

Rob Mack
Rory Cooper wrote on 8/19/2008, 10:21 PM
How’s that!!!

Here is a group of people making something not real “ invisible’’ visible

And right next door someone trying to make what’s real invisible ' "the small article about light bending'

I am visibly confused ????

TheHappyFriar wrote on 8/19/2008, 10:33 PM
game companies have been doing similar things for years. Check out the Rage footage lately? Wow...
Infinite5ths wrote on 8/19/2008, 10:54 PM
I am visibly confused ????

No, you're just invisibly brilliant. :-p

Welcome to the 21st century...where everything happens, and very little makes complete sense. ;-) Somehow it's amazing and fascinating anyway.