Suppose you have never been using TikTok for more than an hour or two. You have probably not come around Ripple filter, which got viral a few months back and flooded TikTok and even YouTube with ghost videos.
If you have ever heard about ghost filters, it is the same thing as the reality ripple effect, but people who never used it or don’t have TikTok quite often refer to it as a ghost effect.
Be aware this effect may trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy.
Ghost Filter in action:
Have you seen a video like this one?
If yes, you have already seen a ripple effect. But have you used it? If not, here is how to use a reality ripple filter:
- Open TikTok App
- Tap on the “Discover” button
- Tap on search
- Search for “realityripple”
- Tap on Reality Ripper as on the screenshot below
- Add this effect to favorites and tap on the camera
Viola camera is ready to record with reality ripper filter enabled.
How this effect got popular?
Especially when videos from TikTok and get reposted to other social media sites like Twitter, Instagram, and Reddit, the word got out. Especially when the headlines were, I have a ghost in my flat, etc.
The filter creates via algorithm colorful human-like shapes that appear randomly around your room.