VISUAL AMBROSIA™ is a new style of video entertainment created from digital art scans, not from motion picture cameras.

This Ultra High Definition video file, fully downloadable at the highest resolution, is unusual, for; no other UHD clips are downloadable.

This video file is 12 Mbit/s, created from a high res scan of a Belgian art print form the 19th C, ; it's 3840x2160p, 60 FPS, produced on MacPro, using Final Cut and Photoshop.

To best appreciate the Visual Ambrosia™ difference, view at the highest resolution possible.

Visual Ambrosia™ is a style of cognitively alluring, memorable video decoration, UNLIKE ANY OTHER EVER DONE, a mix of historical art document, video wizardry, animator cleverness, especially amplified, at UHD.

It’s just atmosphere that’s distinctive and intelligible. "The more you notice, the more you notice to want to notice more, as the art display glides by."

Technically, digital artists produce VISUAL AMBROSIA™ movies by programming motion graphics software to animate digital scans of select, photorealistic art prints, published before the invention of color photography.

What’s new here? It’s the never-seen-before appearance of sequences depicting extreme zoom magnification transitions. The magnification transitions, from a macro realistic scale, into a gliding composition of abstract color layers, are the original elements, the unique entertainment value proposition of the Visual Ambrosia™ program style.

Watching Visual Ambrosia™ is simple, a forward video experience. It's non-scripted, subjectively idiosyncratic, purposely unusual. These are not Ultra High Definition moving mural video loops of beautiful waterfalls, repeating loops of sugar maple trees in Fall color. Visual Ambrosia® movies are NEVER MONOTONOUS OR REPETITIVE, like aquarium movies. They're a blend of crisp focus, novel depth of field configurations, recognizable imagery, photorealism, abstraction, surprise, rhythmic video motion, symmetry and asymmetry. For many viewers inclined to appreciate graphic detail, it’s a bit more, about juxtaposition, restful color, subtle tangents, playful puzzles: meditative.

The best way to interpret this descriptive introduction is to just watch sample video clips at pages.

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