These days, digital cameras and internet feeds bring the biggest events in history right into our homes but imagine if we'd had that technology around at the time of Nostradamus or when Stonehenge was built. What if news reporters had been on hand to capture the rise and fall of Hitler?
National Geographic has turned that 'what if" into a new show called Making History and it all begins this Tuesday, October 5 at 9:00.
Each week, former graphic designers Colin Thornton, Neil Wilson and Steve Flynn will recreate crucial moments in history they way Hollywood does it but on a much smaller budget. They'll be using green screens and digital effects, lots of electrical tape and a little bit of luck in order to let you see what you could have only seen with a genuine time machine. (Source: The National Geographic Channel)