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Jurassic Park - Missing Raptor
1. Go near the end of the movie where the T-Rex is thrashing a raptor around in it's mouth.
2. Use frame skip (might work with second skip, not sure) to skan the whole scene
3. On one frame the raptor is missing entirely! The frames directly before and after this one show the raptor being whipped around, but then he's gone! A failed Houdini escape? you be the judge
Special Requirements:
Copy of Jurassic Park, A DVD player or VCR with FRAME SCAN, and patience
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Mentor on 03-15-2000
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Hayley writes:
Why were you watching it in frame skipping mode. Most of us watch movies in regular speed. It's more interesting that way. If you have seen the making of Jurassic Park you will know that the dinosaurs were added in by computers as opposed to using mechanical dinos in the scene. Maybe when adding the dinos they somehow missed a frame, or however they do it. Nothing visible to the naked eye though. Unless of course you watch films in slow play.
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Jeffrey writes:
If you watch the movie normally you can actually see, in the time it takes to blink, that the raptor seems to disappear. Clearly someone was watching it and noticed that, then went back and scanned the scene for an explaination.
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