A 3D Visualization Of The Anatomy Of A Tornado

For a look that goes beyond blurry news footage or two-dimensional diagrams

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+11 1. Baliverne commented 6 years ago

He sounds proud to live in the country that has the most tornados in the world, I mean...there must be other reasons to be proud of your country but I guess hes a weatherman hehe.
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+7 2. plurft commented 6 years ago

Is this a hologram?
Superimposed CGI?
... or wtf?


:(|) :(|) :(|)
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+8 3. Zebulun commented 6 years ago

#1 Maybe he's just passionate about his job and the cool new tech he's using to give the public a better understanding of how tornadoes work.
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+3 4. Urmensch commented 6 years ago

Nice use of augmented reality.
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+3 5. fjwjr commented 6 years ago

#1 Strangest comment ever.......you win.
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+6 6. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

;) <3 Okay, so this snotr video really hit home for me, more than any other before...this is Jim Cantore, one my most favorite Weather Channel meteorologists, the one I got my snotr username from, but from older videos than this one, since this one is from the winter of 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdRWGMyeSYY please check it out, seriously, you will not regret the passion Jim has for the phenomenon of thundersnow. I lost The Weather Channel last March bc my cable company (VerizonFiOs) did not renew their contract with The Weather Channel and therefore dropped it. (Anyone else in the US encountered this problem besides me???) I have been a Weather Channel viewer and fan pretty much since it has been established (now I almost gave away my age ;) , but that's okay) and had to live in tornado alley for a while. Even though meteorology is definitely not the field I work in, it has been an absolutely huge passion of mine for many, many years, maybe since childhood, so much, it makes my heart beat faster. Now I just shared more of myself then I usually do. This is an excellent 3D presentation of super cell formation and tornado genesis. Others who are experts on TWC are Tom Niziol, Dr. Greg Forbes, Carl Parker, Mike Bettes, Steph Abrams, Dr. Greg Postel, Jen Carfagno, Vivian Brown, Nicole Mitchell (who left) and many more...storm chasing would be a real dream come true... any time... <3 Thanks Kopi for sharing!
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+2 7. ughlah commented 6 years ago

#2 Probably Autodesk Maya, maybe some Autodesk Fire.
Maybe just Final Cut with Motion or Adobe Premiere with Aftereffects
Probably not Avid, Davinci or Quantel.
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+3 8. Sizzlik (admin) commented 6 years ago

#7 Nope...Chuck Testa
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+3 9. ughlah commented 6 years ago

#8 ::(|) ::(|)