Interstellar Team Sheds Light On Spinning Black Holes

February 14, 2015 5:47 AM

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Recently, the visual effects director of an Oscar nominated film provides significant information related to the affect of black hole. Later on, researchers of Double Negative utilized the information in order to determine the impact of black hole on light. They used a special computer code to create images of Gargantua. The code, dubbed as Double Negative Gravitational Renderer, produces numerous images to show the actual location of the black hole. The report is printed in Journal Classical and Quantum Gravity.

Interstellar was a particularly controversial film: on the one hand, there was the appreciation of moviegoers, who appreciated the visual effects, production design and soundtrack. On the other hand, there was the criticism of the science behind it. However, it seems that Interstellar might have got...

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