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    The Interrotron interviewing machine invented by Errol Morris. (Not me in the pic, btw.)

    Jeffrey, dansays, david, alchang, and 14 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. whileseated 91 months ago | reply

      That guy's been Errol'd.

    2. ryanvailbrown 91 months ago | reply

      That guy is so handsome.

    3. daddytypes 91 months ago | reply

      wow, it really makes your hair look long, Jason.

    4. jkottke 91 months ago | reply

      Greg, the Interrotron also has a push-button virtual wig selector...I heard Morris and McNamara had a lot of fun with that feature.

    5. boxofjack 91 months ago | reply

      It's not too different from doing an interview over Skype, iChat, etc. then?

    6. Mason G 91 months ago | reply

      Did Errol interview you? For some reason I thought he invented and owned the only interrotron ever made.

    7. jkottke 91 months ago | reply

      I wish! Morris did not interview me...I guess the Interrotron idea is out and about in the world.

    8. kino-eye 86 months ago | reply

      The interrotron (a.k.a. prompter-cam) is used more often than you might imagine in advertising and corporate videos, especially with customer testimonials. It's basically a video conference between interviewee and interviewer using two cameras, each with a teleprompter. The interviewer sees the interviewee in his camera, the interviewee sees the interviewer in his camera. This provides for a more intimate connection between interviewer and interviewee.

    9. gregory lee 86 months ago | reply

      I loved The Fog of War! I felt like the Interrotron was an integral part of that film. It just wouldn't have been the same without it.

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