Time-lapse images of clouds over the prairie of Nebraska - nice, actually nothing special, but this version is characterized by 16K (15.985 x 5.792 pixels) in super-wide Panavision 70 format (1:2.76) with 92.5 megapixels. Two Canon 5DS cameras with 50 megapixel resolution each were used for this purpose by means of a specially calibrated double mount. The film is available online in 8K UltraHD (7,680 x 3,213) in 1:2.76 format with Rec. 2020. The approximately 6100 images of the two cameras were combined to a 16K clip with the help of an 8-Core Mac Pro.
Of course such a shot in 16K resolution is a bit pointless without the possibility to view it also in 16K. But we came across the first 16K8K monitor by searching for a suitable monitor, which was introduced about 2 months ago and was new-technically out of our hands at that time.
The 100" large 16K8K display of the Taiwanese manufacturer Innolux with its resolution of 15,360 x 8,640 pixels would actually be the only display able to natively reproduce the 1:2.76 16K cloud time lapse with its resolution of 15,360 x 8,640 pixels.
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