Every year, the City of Chicago dyes the Chicago River an extraordinary shade of green.
It’s quite something:
Neat. Festive. Bright.
But it turns out that the shade of green is quite a bit more than just cool – it’s actually usable as a green screen! So if you’ve got the skills, you can use the river – completely with boats moving on it – as a green screen for something incredible, like, say, the Chicago Cubs winning the 2016 World Series:
Tired: Dyeing the Chicago River Green
Wired: Dyeing the Chicago River the Cubs winning the 2016 World Series pic.twitter.com/1CzK8WZuUo
— Dylan Connolly (DConn) (@DCONN24) March 20, 2019