Beautiful Fountain Water Show in Singapore.




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Published on Feb 11, 2013

This fountain video was created for you by the best friend http://epsos.de and it can be re-used for free, if you link epSos.de as the original creator of this video. This free video is about the beautiful Asian water fountain show in the gambling district of Singapore. It is fun, because the water was used as a huge display. Everybody was happy to watch the show, because it was free.

The transparent 3D screen is water. This fountain in Singapore is a very popular decoration. Very often people build fountains in courtyards , the gardens , in the parks , or in unique places of the city of Singapore.

In the past, waterfalls were like fountains. The waterfalls were located in central locations of the villages. They were used as the source of water for people and their animals. They used to be meeting places that promoted social relations in the community.

In the middle ages, culture produced beautiful examples of fountains in private buildings and public areas: such as palaces, gardens, churches, and mosques. Water fountains do combine utility with beauty. In Europe, artists and architects showed ingenuity and skills in the art of creating beautiful fountains. Public and private fountains of this period show a complex sculptural art.

With the advancement of technology, the magic fountains were able to be build far away from the source of the magic water. Today, more and more special effects of illumination and lasers are build into the water fountains.

The water drops create the screen surface. Those drops are smaller than the pixels of the film projector. The water screens are used in big sizes. Those huge sizes create an effect of the cloud on the outside edges of the water screen. It is recommended to use water screens for films where special effects are helping to create and illusion.

Water screens help to create a holographic experience, because they are transparent and they can move in the wind. Real 3D holography is impossible at the moment. Water screens trick the naked eye into believing into the real object in the air. The water spray is transparent, but the image is bright and colorful. It is a really breathtaking effect.

In geometry , the parallel projection of a 2D image onto the three dimensional object is called a surface projection. This technique helps to create illusions of parallel points and light beams in a very parallel style. This technique is used in graphical design, in engineering and architecture development. The main advantage of this 3D projections is that it maintains the relative proportions of the original image and can be seen directly. Thus the 3D object can be reconstructed easily from exact 2D models.

The 3D screens of water are the one part of the future of virtual reality. Rich women will have 3D screens with transparent water. The water will be like walls and the beautiful women will be able to touch the images with hands. The 3D holograms will have a very high quality, when the processing power of computers will be ready to create huge images on the transparent 3D screens.

Holograms will become as real as water and air with smoke. A 3D display with holograms can provide all four mechanisms of vision, sensation and illusion, while the sense of touch is also possible. 3D objects can be viewed without the use of special glasses and the eye is not affected by low quality of the images. The future is great, if the beautiful women in Singapore can have affordable 3D displays with transparent water.

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