Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistDave Catts Platinum Member Collectionlandscapes
Description This is an huge enlargement of Frame 910 of a 1800 Frame, 1-minute HDTV animation that I made in 2008 ... in stereo, or what is called '3D' nowadays ... for use on a two-projector system with polarized glasses. Most '3D' you see today combines both channels as one video file; but with the left and right channel differentiated with red and green glasses ... what I like to call 'port and starboard', if you are a sailor. A 'polarized 3D system' does this with two video sources; but with light from the left and right projectors filtered 90-degrees apart. Look at a highly-reflective surface with polarized glasses, like water; but rotate the glasses 90-degrees, back-and-forth, and you'll see how this other 3D system works. This Frame is at mid-point in the 12-hour animation, when the thunderhead forms and coils up over the Mount Katahdin (5268 feet) massif ... the northern terminus of the 2175-mile Appalachian Trail. For an overhead view of this 3D model, see the 'Mount Katahdin' or 'White Cap Mountain' images in the EastCoast Gallery ... just with no atmosphere or clouds in the overhead view.