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Buildings cast shadows. By mounting an correctly distorted
human form on the roof at the right angle at the right time
one should be able to create the impression of a human
shadow on the ground as if someone was standing near the
building. This contraption could be once of many shadow
used to create some serious sidewalk theatre. There
could be gunfights and murder! love and romance all beneath
Likewise it might be possible to modify a street lap to include
the shadow of a guy playing the sax (ambient echoing music
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||Ambient echoing music mandatory. [+]
||Well futurebird you are very creative today! I think this is your best one yet.
||Lovely idea. It would be spoilt by the penumbra effect, though: the further away from the ground, the more blurred the shadow edges are. The shadow of something on top of a building would be blurred beyond credibility.
||But there's no reason why you couldn't do it from below or from the inside of a "wall", casting reflections on frosted glass.
||[P.S. I hope you hold your students to higher spelling standards than yourself.]
||That's why I could never teach english. I have trouble
even seeing other people's errors.
||I'm sure this would be the highlight of so many of those people caged in an office all day. I'd like to see a scene of Hitchcock's birds attacking people and getting into the office through the windows. Now THAT would be amusing!