We've used the no parking signs tied off to posts and trees at location to save our spots in the past. Especially at street festivals like Sunset Junction where there are no parking signs all over the place.
I don't know about that.
Yeah. I'm not so sure about that, either.I don't know about that.
Yeah I am having trouble believing they went to the trouble to build a full room to scale for this. Further if we are looking to containers to prove something what about the juice bottle(maybe Gatorade) on the TV stand? Or the light behind the T-Rex that would have had to be tiny to not blow the scale. I am going with that is a full size model that made it easier to show how the illusion worked.Yeah. I'm not so sure about that, either.I don't know about that.
There's been something similar (same principle) in the Haunted House ride at Disneyland since I was a kid. The illusion looked great live, but maybe it had to do with the way the faces were illuminated in the dark (as opposed to the dinosaurs, which are in normal lighting).I made one of these earlier in the week to show the kids. They loved it, but there's one weird thing about it... it tricks a camera, but parallax wrecks it. You have to close an eye for it to work in person.
Thank you. You chiming in on this is pretty much a confirmation since you can't find yourself on the right side of just about anything.