valerie wrote: They said it's been there about 5 years. The reason they know that is due to Google maps.
In 2015 the area was blank. In 2016 Google displays it is there.
Lots of people have been flocking there to look at it. They've been able to find the location
due to Google maps.
Amazing that google trucks drive through even the desert to take the pictures, really amazing
So if it was there since 2016, then it was not there recently, if it was there all those years how come people discover it now and talk about it now - maybe it's the rangers who put it there maybe it is a publicity stunt to encourage Utah desert tourism I guess
I don't know about interlaced video. I just know that my mobile phone does the same thing
if I don't turn it side ways. Usually I take videos and photos with my iPad. I don't know what
kind of camera they used but it doesn't matter. It is a real video and the object is real.
I know it is, I won't go into all the tech details of interlaced video, but this relates to how old TV technology worked, based on the CRT (Cathode Ray Tubes) that scanned the image in alternate lines from the top, as opposed to one continuous progression, so either even lines first, then odd lines, or odd lines first then even, depending on which part of the world, older TV technology displayed an image by interlacing. Today's technology is LCD, where the image is displayed in progression, no skipped or alternating lines. If you were to view an interlaced video on an LCD monitor you would see banding in fast moving scenes. Phones / Tablets, today's camcorders film in progressive mode, some might still support interlaced mode for compatibility with CRT TV, but very few use CRT TV nowadays, analog TV has already been phased out in most areas now, replaced with digital TV and Digital through the air........ So if you have old rabbit antennas, they probably won't work anymore
Some were stating a particular artist that made monoliths but he died in 2011.
So he decided on the Utah desert to expose his work of art, interesting
They said it is common for sculptor artist to place those things in isolated areas.
I was actually hoping little purple mean would come out of it. Nothing is fun any more.
lol - and it would bend, and talk and morph into other shapes, yeah that would be really cool....... I agree
Wouldn't it be fun if suddenly it transformed into one big chocolate, say like a massive Toblerone tower........