Shared October 30, 2016
Self-proclaimed superhero Captain Disillusion reveals his cutting-edge techniques for analyzing viral video hoaxes and explaining them to viewers with tragically short attention spans. What visual effects tricks are commonly used by fakers? How can I make my own skeptical YouTube videos a little less terrible? Answers to these questions and more in the Captain’s award-pending talk.
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This presentation was recorded at the QED Conference 2016 in Manchester, England - qedcon.org
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