A new 3D screen has appeared in the tower at the main entrance of the Moscow Zoo. It will broadcast 3D videos dedicated to the Amur tiger, polar bear, manul, giant panda and other animals.
As the Deputy Mayor Natalya Sergunina said, representatives of these rare and endangered species live in the Moscow Zoo and are studied by its specialists. Internationally, large-scale conservation programs are being implemented: “A whole team, including zoologists, animators, programmers, worked on the creation of 3D videos. Together they implemented a major educational project. All stories are based on research scientific and reflect the behavior of animals. I have already prepared six 3D video sketches, each with its own unique script.”
The display on the facade of the zoo is based on naked eye 3D technology, which allows viewing a three-dimensional image without special glasses. The high refresh rate (3840 Hz) guarantees absolute smoothness and realism of the image. For example, viewers will be able to see the Amur tiger: how he comes out of hiding, looks around and plays with a butterfly.
The size of the screen is 14.4 by 4.8 meters. At night, the brightness will decrease and the video stream will become more static.
The new media façade is an example of how modern technologies are used in educational and environmental activities, added Svetlana Akulova, General Director of the Moscow Zoo. According to her, 3D videos are designed to show how beautiful and unique nature is: “Recently, at the new entrance to the zoo from the Barrikadnaya metro station, we opened the first public zoological library. Now we are launching a 3D screen in the main entrance tower One of our main tasks, educational, is to tell how fragile the natural world is and how important it is to do everything possible to preserve it “.
Last weekend, the screen was tested: the masters installed the equipment, checked the quality of the image and sound.
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