This is what a flight over Mars would look like. Unusual film from anaglyphic images
Finnish photographer Jan Frojdman has created a remarkable film so we can see what it would be like to fly over Mars. The video was edited from images taken by the HiRISE camera aboard the MRO probe.
The flight over Mars was created using anaglyphic images provided by the HiRISE instrument. The HiRISE (High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment) system works aboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) probe launched in 2005. The purpose of the probe is to study the sedimentów and terrain of the Red Planet.
The film was made by photographer and artist Jan Frojdman. The author himself stresses that the material he created is not scientific, but artistic in nature. The work took more than three months to complete. The colors in the pictures shown are not true – This is the result of the author’s work. The original HiRISE camera images are in black and white. Frojdman added them for better effect.
The fictional flight over the real Mars, as the Finnish photographer’s work is titled, begins by flying past one of the dwówhich the moonóin Mars – Phobos. Further we see fascinating images of the surface of Mars, whichóre make it seem as if the viewer is in a ship flying over craters, valleys and hillsórows of the Red Planet.