The YouTube channel Dutchsteammachine recently uploaded footage from the Apollo 16 Rover Traverse to Station 4 that looks amazing.

They’ve used the source 16-mm film that the astronauts shot at 12 fps, increased the resolution to 4K, used artificial intelligence to increase the frame rate to 60 fps, color corrected the video, and synched it to the original Mission audio. The result makes it feel like you’re actually on the Moon, riding along with John and Charlie to station 4.

Apollo 16 Rover Traverse to Station 4 16mm footage interpolated from 12fps to 60fps with DAIN-AI. Credit: Raw 16mm film & Audio: NASA; Video & Audio Processing: Dutchsteammachine

If you liked this video they have 17 more NASA Interpolations, including the complete Apollo 11 Moonlanding.

Posted by: Soderman/SSERVI Staff
Source: Raw 16mm film & Audio: NASA; Video & Audio Processing: Dutchsteammachine

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