The channel’s brand-new graphics engineering, dubbed Immersive Mixed Reality, is facilitating it visualize the flooding for spectators. It’s nothing short of terrifying.
Six feet of water. It doesn’t sound like much, in theory. Your hoofs might still touch the lower part of the fund. But in the paws of the Weather Channel, and its crazy new Immersive Mixed Reality graphic organization, witness are coming a view at how terrifyingly vicious it really is. A wall of muddy liquid borders the host, bobbing cars and-is that a kamado grill ?- in its aftermath. Like a real-time yielded bar graph, it ripens from three paws, to six, to nine.
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