ALTEA-Shield activity with Paolo Nespoli in 3D

22 12 2011

My Christmas present for you is a 3D video by Paolo Nespoli where ALTEA-Shield is the special guest. Wear your red-cyan glasses and enjoy! I will be back with new posts after the holidays (NET January 6th 2012). Merry Christmas!

Paolo Nespoli spent 6 months on-board the International Space Station from Dec 2010 through to May 2011. Using the ESA’s Erasmus Recording Binocular (ERB-2) stereoscopic camera Paolo filmed various phases of his MagISStra mission, but the special guest is indeed ALTEA-Shield. The first picture (22 sec.) is a 3D view of the setup of ALTEA-Shield (while waiting for me to write the English version, see my description of Paolo activity in Italian here and here). Then Paolo shot various phases of his MagISStra mission, he caught some moments that depict the work astronauts carry out on the ISS: from educational activities, to scientific experiments and physical training, also demonstrating the way astronauts move in weightlessness through the various modules. From 3:52, for almost a minute, the final steps of the ALTEA-Shield setup activity are showed with this stunning 3D effects that makes you realize how big is ALTEA device.

 

ERB-2 is the first camera to transmit 3D images live from space. I would like to thank ESA and all the astronauts featured in the film: NASA astronauts Catherine (Cady) Coleman, Ron Garan, Scott Kelly and the united ISS Expedition 26-27 and STS-134 crew including ESA astronaut R. Vittori.

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25 01 2012
Paolo Nespoli, six months out of this world, talks about ALTEA « ALTEA Space

[…] about 12:50 Paolo talks about the ALTEA-Shield experiment he conducted (see ALTEA Shield activity with Paolo Nespoli in 3D and  Paolo Nespoli riattiva l’esperimento italiano ALTEA-Shield, Le immagini della […]

18 06 2012
ALTEA goes to Columbus « ALTEA Space

[…] starting from a dismounted ALTEA in a bag. You can find here the images of that activity. That activity took Paolo more than four hours to complete (can’t remember how long it was planned for), and the […]

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