To enable Mars Photo Imaging to complete its next and final stage of extreme resolution planetary image and video processing through the use of the ERIM process (which stands for Extreme Resolution (Planetary) Imaging) of NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter HiRise images that show visual evidence of ancient ruins in Gale and Heimdal Crater - as well as in 3 or more other locations on Mars - before the end of this year or sooner and for publication on Mars TV Channel and to the world, it needs funding to cover the financial demands to make this happen.
I, Freyk John Geeris, am the founder and developer of Mars Photo Imaging and Mars TV Channel and its ERIM process and my skills have been endorsed by NASA MER and MARS Society scientists. A visit the list of endorsements on my Linkedin profile page will confirm the claim.
The perfection of the ERIM process is crucial to make sure the photographic evidence cannot be contested in a scientific peer review, and crucial to offer the unchallenged results to humanity as a whole in order to raise awareness of the existence of ancient cities build by civilizations that once lived and thrived on the Red Planet!
[Go to http://www.youtube.com/channel/UChhafHCJmELtV-rS3i-PRQw
to look at the current quality level of the completed flight simulations]
The work is plenty but the funds are DEPLETED.
The World is waiting but the funds are lacking to acquire additional software that in trials has proven to be an enormous advantage in the latter stages of improving image clarity and depth.
Furthermore, there is the need for new and better hardware and other equipment, that, together with the software, will form the basis for the next steps in the development of the ERIM - Extreme Resolution (Planetary) Imaging - process, which will include efforts to improve 3D quality and conversion.
The rest of the funds will be needed to enable full-time R&D. This is a prerequisite because this kind of work requires a relentless commitment and an extraordinary concentrated effort, and therefore further development to increase image and video quality can only be accomplished if working full-time.
The aim was to have 1000 participants to donate $20.50 over 12 months to meet the goal of $20,499 for this year but any amount is welcome to further the accomplishment of this great goal, which will provide undisputed evidence of thousands of ancient ruins on Mars, and will change the way we look at humanity and its place in the Universe forever!
As a donor you will be regarded to have been crucial in accomplishing this goal, and will be mentioned in the credits of all further Mars TV Channel films!
Freyk John Geeris
Extreme Mars Imaging Wizard