Anyone who follows Mars NASA’s mission will be interested in hearing that space agencies have shared new videos from the third MARS Ingenuity helicopter test flight. The third test flight occurred on April 25, and the persistence of Rover caught flight video recording. NASA said that the engineers now have provided flights in 3D, giving it “dramatic depth.”
Videos showed ascend helicopters, hover, and laveral offscreen moves before returning for precision landings. NASA said that watching video recordings in 3D rather like standing on the surface of Mars next to Rover and watching the flight directly. Imager Mastcam-Z dual-camera shooting videos.
The main objective of the imaging is to provide important data to help engineers navigate the surface of Mars and help scientists choose the stone they want to learn carefully. The NASA team in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory sews the image into a video with a projected frame to optimize the display in Anaglyph. Anaglyph is a picture that is seen in 3D when viewed with filtered glasses.
For those who might not have glasses filtered with color, NASA says you can make your own in a few minutes and offer steps to do it here. The helicopter video is the most extensive 3D video but was captured by MastCam-Z. The flight that took place on April 25 saw the helicopter of the ingenuity reached the first few.
Ingenuity rose to a height of 16 feet and then flew down to 164 feet. It stands as a record until the ingenuity takes 873 feet on its fourth flight conducted on April 30. Ingenuit has a fifth flight on May 7, finishing its first one-way trip running a distance of 423 feet. Ingenuity also made a sixth flight where he had problems but was able to land safely.