Koi UFO Video 107 :  Massive UFO over India, Brazil and China (Jukka Korhonen "V for Victory")

 

[DEBUNKED] Koi UFO Video 107 discusses photographs of a "UFO mothership" that "appears semi-cloaked" which was supposedly seen by "multiple witnesses" over Manipur, India. The relevant photographs prompted several articles online in October 2015, including one on the website of The Express (a British tabloid newspaper).  The relevant articles claimed that the photographs were taken in Manipur, India at around 1.30pm on 7 October 2015.  Some of the articles claimed that it appeared to be a genuine photograph, and not edited, since a person is seen pointing at the object in one of the pictures. Some articles included very similar photographs said to have been taken over Brazil, China and elsewhere. 

In fact, the "UFO mothership" seen in the photographs is a piece of computer artwork created in 2006 by Jukka Korhonen from Finland. He called that piece "V for Victory". (Jukka is a fan of that television series).  The photographs circulated online in 2015 simply combine (or "composite") the UFO artwork into mundane photographs. This can be done in a matter of minutes (indeed, sometimes in a matter of seconds) using software such as Adobe's Photoshop.  Creating such "composite" images has become much easier in the last few years, with mobile telephone software (or "apps") now being sold which come with images of "UFOs" which can automatically be added to photographs taken with a mobile telephone.  

Incidentally, I found that Jukka Korhonen's "V for Victory" was the source of the UFO in these photographs in just a few minutes with kind assistance on Facebook from Curt Collins and Gilles Fernandez. As part of the relevant discussion on Facebook, French researcher Jerome Beau brought to my attention the fact that this UFO mothership" artwork created by Jukka Korhonen forms part of the "EndWar" series released for the "Camera360" mobile telephone app to make it even easier to create fake UFO photos. 

It seems to me a bit of a shame that various people published articles about this "UFO mothership", including on the website of a major British newspaper, without similarly doing a few minutes research as due diligence before promoting this nonsense...

 

 

 

 

Sections below:

1. The relevant video

2. Stories and claims relating to this video

3. The real background to this video

4. Relevant online discussions

 

 

1. The relevant video

This video discusses photographs of a "UFO mothership" that "appears semi-cloaked" which was supposedly seen by "multiple witnesses" over Manipur, India. 

The relevant photo is included below for ease of identification.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

2. Stories and claims relating to this video

The relevant photographs prompted several articles online in October 2015, including one on the website of The Express (a British tabloid newspaper).  The relevant articles claimed that the photographs were taken in Manipur, India at around 1.30pm on 7 October 2015.  Some of the articles claimed that it appeared to be a genuine photograph, and not edited, since a person is seen pointing at the object in one of the pictures. 

 

 

 

The article on the website of The Express (a British tabloid newspaper) also included very similar photographs said to have been taken over Brazil, China and elsewhere. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. The real background to this video

In fact, the "UFO mothership" seen in the photographs is a piece of computer artwork created in 2006 by Jukka Korhonen from Finland. He called that piece "V for Victory". (Jukka is a fan of that television series).  The photographs circulated online in 2015 simply combine (or "composite") the UFO artwork into mundane photographs.

 

 

 

 

Jukka Korhonen's "V for Victory" was posted online in 2006.

Jukka stated in his accompanying caption that he was "a big fan of V when it first came out" and that his artwork was inspired by news for of the possible release of a sequel-series titled “V: The Second Generation”. He stated that he "quickly scetched out a few concept works and a fanmade poster to celebrate the announcement". 

Jukka's stated that his artwork (which, incidentally, I think is fantastic) was "modelled in trueSpace and postwork in Corel GS".

 

 

 

 Jukka Korhonen is pictured below:

 

Compositing Jukka Korhonen's artwork into a photograph can could be done in a matter of minutes (indeed, sometimes in a matter of seconds) using software such as Adobe's Photoshop.  

Creating such "composite" images has become much easier in the last few years, with mobile telephone software (or "apps") now being sold which come with images of "UFOs" which can automatically be added to photographs taken with a mobile telephone.  As part of a relevant discussion on Facebook, French researcher Jerome Beau brought to my attention the fact that this UFO mothership" artwork created by Jukka Korhonen forms part of the "EndWar" series released for the "Camera360" mobile telephone app to make it even easier to create fake UFO photos. 

Here is a screenshot showing some of the images in the "Endwar" series which can be quickly added to any photograph.

When the Endwar series was launched by Camera360 in October 2015, the Camera360 page on Facebook included various samples of the "UFO" images which could be created using the images which accompany that app.

Those sample images included the following (see the first, second and third sample):

 

 

 

 

Incidentally, I found that Jukka Korhonen's "V for Victory" was the source of the UFO in these photographs in just a few minutes with kind assistance on Facebook from Curt Collins and Gilles Fernandez. 

It seems to me a bit of a shame that various people published articles about this "UFO mothership", including on the website of a major British newspaper, without similarly doing a few minutes research as due diligence before promoting this nonsense...

 

 

 

 

4. Relevant online discussions

Relevant discussions online include the following:

2015 (October) discussion on my Facebook page

2015 (October) discussion on the UFO UpDates group page

 

 

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