Aside from the fact that the headline implies that video games are superior to movies (it just hasn't been proven yet) it's also a false question. Apples & Oranges. Watching a movie is a passive experience. You're being told a story. Video games are an active experience. You are participating in the story. Neither is "superior" to the other because foundationally they are two very different experiences that are not in competition.
"Has 'Red Dead Redemption 2' Proven Video Games' Superiority Over Cinema?"
Does the moral dilemma of writing an absurd click bait headline vs writing something that is true ever cross your mind?
Spoken like someone who really understands the complexity of being a human....
Referring to genlock hardware.http://tentaclesync.com
It's not tethered, but I'd say a 1 frame drift over 24 hours aint bad.
No one is "outraged" by the simplicity of the video. It's thesis is weak. Some folks are just pointing that out.
Very big congratulations! More theory/technique/breakdowns. Less click bait headlines.