Creating 3D video content for the Coral-Truck Science Center we created a new technology for recreating reef.
Using digital video captured in 3D, you can create a 3D model of the reef.
3D shooting was carried out with different lighting.
When illuminated by daylight at 5800 K., we see a familiar picture of the underwater world.
When illuminated with blue light close to ultraviolet from a 450 nm long wavelength, live corals begin to fluoresce.
Green fluorescent protein (GFP) allows you to select the living areas of the reef.
The combination of different light helps to create a 3D model of the reef
You can determine the types of animals living on it.
In case of reef death, it can be printed on a 3D printer and the corals are restored in full compliance with the existing biodiversity.