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Author: FruitMonger

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Filesize: 9.83 kB

Date added: 2013-07-15

Rating: 5

Downloads: 296

Views: 166

Comments: 1

Ratings: 1

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0

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A horizon that moves with the camera zoom, to try and make it look realistic.

It's not really anything special, just thought I'd share it with everyone and see how you guys like it.

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A sun that moves with the camera pan/zoom.


Any and all suggestions are welcome, so suggest away!

Scene runs @240Hz, but will work at any frequency. My default frequency is just 240.
Last edited at 2013/07/15 00:24:42 by FruitMonger
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Interesting that the sun stays in one spot and doesn't change size regardless of camera pan or zoom position. It's difficult to see anything happening with the horizon during pan/zoom because there is nothing specific to focus on. Anyhow, this technique could be useful for making scenes that would benefit from it.

Suggestion: Maybe add some other features to this scene, such as trees or mountains, so that the effect of panning/zooming would be much more obvious.

In any case, good job! :tup: