Canarian Autonomous Television, RTVC, is covering with great detail all the information related to the eruption of the Palma volcano. A video of one of its programs has become viral on social networks. It is a piece emitted at an hour less, an informative format that used the increased reality to explain to the spectators what would happen if the lava reaches the sea.
The clip shows a reproduction of the island in three dimensions and how lava could advance, according to the predictions of the Geological and Mining Institute. "At first he walked to 700 meters per hour, but then he has slowed 150 meters per hour and even less. From everything, everything is an unknown. I hope you stay there," says Victorio Pérez, conductor of space.
The video then teaches the arrival of the Lava tongue to the Atlantic, at which time the presenter appears on a small platform in the middle of the ocean. He explains: "It's as if we mix boiling oil with water. At this time a cloud is generated, which is mostly water vapor, but it can also contain hydrochloric acid and fragments of volcanic glass".
The RTVC video explaining with reality increased details of the eruption of the volcano in La Palma has been very applauded in social networks. "These people play on another television league," shared a user on Twitter. "It's the best thing I've seen in a long time," he said another.
There were those who congratulated the autonomic chain, but also those who took advantage of the occasion to make a joke about it. "I would add a shark that eaten the presenter," he proposed a whitero. "It has only been lacking that the explorer or marshall of the Canine patrol leave," said another. Other people spoke of the Victorio Pérez capsule and the fact that he remained for half a silent at the end of the video.
The use of increased reality is not a novelty at one hour less. The program had already used this technology on other occasions to illustrate your information. For example, last June resorted to it to give advice when preventing fires in the field in summer.
The Twitter account of the format created on Friday, September 24, a thread to collect several explanatory videos related to the catastrophe in La Palma. The augmented reality teaches how the volcano's mouths were formed and the possible effects of the smoke column that generates the eruption, among other details.Updated Date: 24 September 2021, 11:31