The video you are about to watch has been embedded dreamswhich is a video game but also a kind of mystical tool that allows you to do anything.
You may have seen many, often confusing dreams videos if you spend enough time on forums or Twitter. I say confusing because the game is so flexible and powerful that many of its The best creations begin to look almost like the things they are trying to recreate or pay homage to.
I wrote on a sonic the hedgehog game last yearfor example, this…sounded like something Sega would have released 5-10 years ago. Jack Yarwood’s excellent report on gambling for us in 2020 also contained a bunch of other great examples, from static images (like the one below) to game tributes.
The video I want to talk about tonight, however, is this amazing recreation of one of the most famous scenes from jurassic parkwhich uses obscurity and modern computer power to appear nearly indistinguishable from the actual scene from the actual movie:
Here’s the original scene for comparison (I set it to autoplay at the right time in the video below, but if for some reason it’s not working on your device, you’ll want to skip to 3:18):
And here is a direct screenshot comparison:
If you wonder how Krenautican did it, or just want to see it in a higher resolution, this YouTube video breaks down his entire process, which shows the excruciating amount of work it took to build the set to scale, which involved getting everything from the size of the fence wiring at the corner of the car doors to match the original.