Many people believe in ghosts, but not many people have evidence to support their belief. Now with Hidden Intelligence Tracking (HIT), anyone can shoot a 30-second video and submit it to have minor changes in light and motion amplified to reveal evidence of the paranormal. The creator of HIT has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise
Taking a whole new approach to ghost chasing, HIT works like a microscope for video, revealing minute changes in motion and light. Users can take a 1080-pixel video with an iPhone, an Android device, or a digital camera and submit the video for processing via
Perfect not only for paranormal enthusiasts, but also videographers, private detectives, students, educators, and anyone interested in seeing a greater truth. HIT utilizes the same techniques that astronomers use to discover new planets, but the rendering process for one short video requires an entire computer's capabilities for several days. The crowdfunding campaign will help create a rendering cluster so that multiple videos can be rendered.
By creating the world's first light and motion rendering cluster of computers, DiMare will have a super-computer ready to render several videos simultaneously. "I will be able to render multiple videos in one or two hours with the rendering cluster," said DiMare.
Supporters of the campaign will receive discounted rates on 30-second video rendering. For example, supporters who pledge
To contribute to the crowdfunding campaign, visit igg.me/at/hitlight/x.
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