Finding Nemo Virtual Aquarium
Once the video is playing please check that it is showing in Full HD quality by clicking on the cog/wheel/gear icon and then selecting 1080p. You can then click the box to the right of it to view in Full Screen mode.
Swaying Anemone is another Finding Nemo virtual aquarium video for fans of Finding Nemo. This time we have filmed a close up of the anemone and the Clownfish which lives in and protects it. The Clownfish rub themselves against the poisonous anemone from an early age, this builds up resistance. This symbiotic relationship is a perfect example of mother nature’s different beings living in harmony.
How we filmed the Finding Nemo virtual aquarium video
This Nemo aquarium screensaver and video bundle was filmed on our brand new Sony A7s, regarded by many as one of the very best low light cameras in the world. Therefore you can expect the very highest quality with every detail as lifelike as you can get. If you enjoy anemone and the always entertaining Nemo Clownfish; Swaying Anemone is an excellent choice to help you relax. The high dynamic range of the video really shows in the shadows and highlights, to create an almost rel looking virtual aquarium.
How to watch? Most people just download to PC, add to a USB flash drive, then plug into any SMART TV.
Download Finding Nemo aquarium video options
The sounds of the fish tank has been turned down fairly low, to provide you with a pleasing background noise. The gentle bubbles add a relaxing ambience. The MP4 video is 20 minutes long and intended to be looped on any screen through a media player, or it can be played directly on Samsung and many other SMART TVs.
The full download bundle also includes a Windows screen saver. The virtual aquarium screensaver self loops just like other screen savers until you begin using your computer again. The screen saver version is just 3 minutes long so that it doesn’t hog computer resources (CPU).
Now Uscenes has Aquarium 4K Videos and Screensavers
Swaying Anemone was filmed in Full HD resolution, but we now have virtual aquarium videos in 4K resolution. These were filmed in Ultra HD 4K resolution, which means 4 times the resolution. On 4K TV screens a 4K aquarium looks magical.