As a pilot have you ever tried to describe what you see when flying to others? Find yourself unable to adequately express the excitement of open cockpit flying in weight shift light sport aircraft? Or have you never piloted an aircraft but wanted too. No flight simulator here it is Aerotrekking in 3D, so put on your 3D glasses and take part in the fun first hand with the first POV 3D flying video.
The art of 3D cinematography has seen a resurgence with the release of movies such as Journey to the Center of the Earth, My Bloody Valentine 3D, Friday the 13th part 3 3D, and the Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience (2009). While traditionally objects are moved toward the camera enhancing the 3D effect, here we reverse the process and move the camera toward stationary objects (large rock outcrops) at speeds upwards of 90 mph. Work in the Sky Gypsies laboratories, fondly known as the coal mine where everyone slaves for long hours in the dark for no pay has produced this 3D experience just for you. So don't bother with Microsoft Flight Simulator X, come flying with us.
Recommendations for viewing:
1. Optimized for use with red lens on right and green/blue on left, but other types of glasses work as well.
2. Although it works full screen mode it is not recommended, it was designed for small to intermediate size screens where the effect is most pronounced .
3. We are not responsible for air sickness that may result from watching this video.
For further information watch this 1935 short entitled 3D Anaglyph Audioscopixhttp://www.youtube.com/watc...