This stereoscopic 3D video portrays a successful adventure trek and technical
summit attempt of the highest mountain in North America. Also known as Mount
McKinley, Denali has an altitude of 20,320’ and is one of the Seven Summits of
Situated in Alaska near the Arctic Circle, a June Denali climb is spent entirely
without darkness – essentially a single month-long “day”. And being so far
North and so high, the entire climb, from flying into Base Camp via bush plane,
to up-and-down the Kahiltna
Glacier with repetitive carry and move snowshoe pack trips, to steep ascents
near the 20,000’ Summit Ridge is spent entirely on snow.
Come join 3D filmmaker Tom Riederer on a classic climb of America’s
high-altitude jewel. Start in the lush, green Talkeetna summer and wind your way
through spectacular 3D vistas, blizzards and personal triumphs to reach the
pinnacle of the United States of America. Once you see the mountains in 3D you’ll
never want to see them “flat” again!
video was filmed and produced by Thomas P. Riederer PE, entirely in stereoscopic
3D using proprietary Digital Video cameras developed by Tree-D Films. The 3D
aspect of this film provides a stunning and unique “You Are There!” feeling.
Beautiful vistas of the country we’ve covered and impressive action shots of
the climbers and climate come alive in front of you as the screen seems to
just vanish into a window. 2D and 3D versions are included!
This DVD is in field sequential 3D format.
For use with our shutter glasses or 3D
HMD displays. To view in other formats such as anaglyph on your
computer try our Stereoscopic Player Software.