SOLAR ECLIPSE I
The observer travels on its own route. There is a sun and a moon on its route. We will watch how the observer sees the Sun and the Moon in the animation moment to moment.
Information about the flow of the animation:
When we press the Play button, the Observer starts to move in the direction of its route, and at the same time signals that belong to the Sun and the Moon start to come towards the observer.
With the arrival of the signals to the observer, we see the formation of Image Objects that belong to the Moon and Sun, which are under the effect of Dimension Shift. The animation shows the Image Objects only with their outlines. For this reason, the Image Objects are hollow. Towards the middle of the animation, the
mass presence of the Moon begins to shade some of the signals coming from the Sun, and prevents these signals from reaching the observer. As a result, the Observer starts to see the solar eclipse.
The red areas on the Image Object of the Sun show the parts that belong to the signals which are exposed to the moon's shading.
Over time, the shading of the Moon ends, and then the animation ends when the solar eclipse is about to end for the observer.