Crow flight patterns are echoed at a thirtieth of a second to create a loopable waveform that corresponds to a tone. The waveform was measured at 27 crows across one tenth of a second. The animation plays at 12fps (2.25 seconds per 27 birds) and is 22.5 times slower than the rate of the comparable frequency. The median crow waveform was “tuned” to D4 and from there, the other crow waveforms were measured. Different wave shapes (sine, saw) were loosely based on flight pattern shape, which was a result of the speed of the crow and the angle and proximity of the crow to the camera.
It’s the question that drives us. It’s the question that brought you here. You know the question, just as I did. How many times does Keanu Reeves say “whoa,” and what movies does he say it in? When we first searched for the truth, it seemed like it would lie in a simple search of the web. The results were contradictory. Sites like IGN claimed he says it in 6 of his movies, while Looper, another website, claimed that it was a myth altogether and that he only says “whoa” in 4 of his films. They both couldn’t be correct, so we decided to find the answer the only way we knew possible: by watching every single one of Keanu Reeves’s movies.