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Carson123987
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This is shopped, without a doubt, right?



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Mouth
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


its real.





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Flair Chops
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


without clicking, if it's the video of me banging jennifer love hewitt, i assure you, it's real





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tidalmouse
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


Idk but found this through your link.
Award Winning Best Optical Illusions 2011...2 minutes;pretty cool



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Tmacelroy12
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


That's one helluva shop job if so





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Carson123987
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


there's just no way the water can float on the edges by itself like that

water just looks fake






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LoveThatMoney
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


quote:

He's water bending!







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Boomhauer
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


I can do this with my urine stream. Y'all are doing it wrong.


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zack7552
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


The speaker is moving the tube back and forth to create the effect. You can shake a garden hose to make a wave...or your penis when peeing.





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RonFNSwanson
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


science, brah



do you see the tube shaking? the pattern is created my the wave






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OldSouth
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


I'm not very smart, I'll admit that but I think it has to do with the the way the camera is recording the water? It is being vibrated in such a way that it is only recording certain frames. In other words, the water doesn't look like it's in suspended animation if you were seeing it live.

But then again I'm not that smart.






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LSUinWV
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


Not shopped.





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Carson123987
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


you're correct. it's because the camera is 24fps





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InVolNerable
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


I'm going to test this on my toilet later.





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Bleeding purple
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


Well the hand movements look very natural and non interrupted.





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Hulkklogan
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re: This is shopped, without a doubt, right?


quote:

I'm not very smart, I'll admit that but I think it has to do with the the way the camera is recording the water? It is being vibrated in such a way that it is only recording certain frames. In other words, the water doesn't look like it's in suspended animation if you were seeing it live.



He's recording at 24 fps, so yes you're correct. The FPS at which he's recording isn't so relevant as long as the Hz he's using to create the effect is the same (for freezing animation), 1 above (for forward), or 1 less (for reverse)

It's an optical illusion generated by the camera. The hose is actually bouncing, but the camera isn't recording at a high enough FPS to capture it all as it would really look like in person.






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