The Graphics And Sound On This Weather Channel Segment Are Simultaneously Bonkers And Amazing

By now, nearly everyone on United States’ East Coast has heard that the incoming Hurricane Florence is going to be one bad storm. But the amazing animated graphics the Weather Channel’s Erika Navarro uses to forecast the damage a super flood could cause is absolutely incredible.

 

 

One weather outlet has gone above and beyond to show viewers just how horrifying the impact of Hurricane Florence could be.

 

amazing animated graphics the Weather Channel's Erika Navarro uses to forecast the damage a super flood could cause is absolutely incredible.

 

The Weather Channel has used augmented reality and its recently developed immersive studio to air an extraordinary 3D simulation of a progressive storm surge — or flash flooding — scenario.

The studio used the entire broadcasting room and a choreographed presentation by weather reporter Erika Navarro to project a depiction of the “worst case scenario” arising from Hurricane Florence.

 

The Graphics And Sound On This Weather Channel Segment Are Simultaneously Bonkers And Amazing

 

Aside from the fact that a simulated flood rising around a weather reporter indoors is amazing, take special note of the phenomenal natural sound and tiny details, like little fish swimming in the water.

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