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Author Topic: What lurks beneath (colliding camera)  (Read 926 times)
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« on: December 27, 2009, 01:54:55 AM »

I had a few days break now (with family over the holidays), but I am still working on a video. I wanted to share a snapshot showing what happens when the camera moves into the thicket beneath the bulbs. There is such a maze of details, that it is very hard to make a coherent video navigating through it, at least not without a front clipping plane (which I don't have, hence the "overzoom" to the left), so I'll just share a random image.

What happens when the camera collides into the bulbs: (sideshows of random pictures like this)

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