Movie 27: Opacity rendered volcano within the North Rockall Trough
mediaposted on 10.01.2020 by K. Thomson
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0–1 s: a representative seismic section through the volcano. 1–7 s: the opacity rendered basalt rotates. 7–26 s: highlights inflated sheetflows and basalt flows sourced from both the ring fault and volcano. 26–48 s: 360° rotation of the opacity rendered basalt. 48–54 s: the cube rotates to plan view. 54–1 min 5 s: inflation ridge and lava flows highlighted on plan view. 1 min 5 s–1 min 17 s: mild tilting of the plan view to highlight the three-dimensional aspects of the plan view. 1 min 17 s–1 min 26 s: rotation to view volcanic pile from underneath. 1 min 26 s–1 min 29 s: ring fault/dyke underlying volcano highlighted. 1 min 29 s–1 min 38 s: mild tilting of the view to highlight the three-dimensional aspects. 1 min 38 s–1 min 44 s: rotation back to oblique view. This movie requires red-cyan 3D (anaglyph) glasses to be viewed properly.