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

  • whileseated 8y

    That guy's been Errol'd.
  • ryan brown 8y

    That guy is so handsome.
  • daddytypes 8y

    wow, it really makes your hair look long, Jason.
  • Jason Kottke 8y

    Greg, the Interrotron also has a push-button virtual wig selector...I heard Morris and McNamara had a lot of fun with that feature.
  • boxofjack 8y

    It's not too different from doing an interview over Skype, iChat, etc. then?
  • mason gentry 8y

    Did Errol interview you? For some reason I thought he invented and owned the only interrotron ever made.
  • Jason Kottke 8y

    I wish! Morris did not interview me...I guess the Interrotron idea is out and about in the world.
  • David Tames PRO 7y

    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.
  • gregory lee PRO 7y

    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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