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Soona
Each time I view this clip, I think of Clarke’s third law. Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
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Joseph Sternberg May 3
Replying to @soonaorlater
Is this really possible!?
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Soona May 3
Replying to @jsternbergesq
yes, source code here:
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Soona May 3
Replying to @AAron756jk
The other 2 1. When [an expert] states that something is possible, he's almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he's very probably wrong 2. The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible
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Alex Marshall May 3
Replying to @soonaorlater
i cant stop watching this clip. its magic.
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Nick Arner May 3
Replying to @soonaorlater
I thought the same thing!
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Janine Rogan, CPA May 3
I want this
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Andrew Keir 🧩🔑 May 3
Replying to @soonaorlater @balajis
This is really really really fucking cool !!
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Daeshawn Ballard👋🏾 May 3
Replying to @soonaorlater @balajis
facts
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Fernan Franco May 3
Replying to @soonaorlater @balajis
This is video editing magic right? How would it discriminate a part of an object to cut?
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Nick May 3
Yeah, doesn't quite look real to me either
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