Creatures, Myths & Legends
Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot video has now been stabilized using AI
By T.K. Randall
April 4, 2023 · 128 comments
The footage is cleaner and more stable than ever. Image Credit: Twitter / Rowan Cheung
What is arguably the world's best known footage of an alleged Bigfoot has been stabilized thanks to artificial intelligence.
Filmed in 1967 in Northern California, the Patterson-Gimlin film has long remained the most hotly debated and tantalizing piece of footage ever recorded in relation to the Bigfoot phenomenon.
The video, which offers a clear view of a large bipedal ape-like creature walking along a creek bed, has long attracted the attention of Bigfoot enthusiasts and skeptics alike.
Many argue that the creature in the footage is simply a person wearing a costume, while others remain adamant that it represents genuine evidence that Bigfoot is the real deal.
Fast-forward to the present day and now AI expert Rowan Cheung has posted up what is perhaps the most perfectly stabilized version of the original footage that has been seen to date.
Produced using artificial intelligence, the newly updated clip makes it possible to watch the alleged Bigfoot walking across the scene without the camera shaking or waving around.
You can check out the results for yourself below.
Source: Lad Bible
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