A Year in the Life of the Bowhead Whalea film by the UA Museum of the North
Our whale heroes may be 15 meters large, but their prey can be as small as a grain of rice. This week, we took one of our previously built open underwater environments and made a host of changes, including swimming inch-long krill models with better textures, some new experiments with underwater “fog” and camera rack-focus and motion blur, and topped it off with a statistical spectrum wave simulation which gives results that are about as real as it gets for simulated sea surface wind-driven waves.
UAMN Head of Production Roger Topp


(via The Cycle of Creation | Arctic Currents)

A Year in the Life of the Bowhead Whale
a film by the UA Museum of the North

Our whale heroes may be 15 meters large, but their prey can be as small as a grain of rice. This week, we took one of our previously built open underwater environments and made a host of changes, including swimming inch-long krill models with better textures, some new experiments with underwater “fog” and camera rack-focus and motion blur, and topped it off with a statistical spectrum wave simulation which gives results that are about as real as it gets for simulated sea surface wind-driven waves.

UAMN Head of Production Roger Topp

(via The Cycle of Creation | Arctic Currents)