History Main / MotionParallax

23rd Sep '17 3:45:12 PM nombretomado
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Live action shows with windows on the set (and sufficient budgets) will often build the landscape outside as several layers of flat cutouts, thus giving some motion parallax to the background. This same idea was used to create pseudo-3D backgrounds for computer games during [[The16BitEraOfConsoleVideoGames the 16-bit era]], when computers and consoles didn't have the horsepower for proper, textured 3D. A common bragging point on the boxes of many games is the number of simultaneously composited scrolling parallax layers the game displays at once.

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Live action shows with windows on the set (and sufficient budgets) will often build the landscape outside as several layers of flat cutouts, thus giving some motion parallax to the background. This same idea was used to create pseudo-3D backgrounds for computer games during [[The16BitEraOfConsoleVideoGames [[UsefulNotes/The16bitEraOfConsoleVideoGames the 16-bit era]], when computers and consoles didn't have the horsepower for proper, textured 3D. A common bragging point on the boxes of many games is the number of simultaneously composited scrolling parallax layers the game displays at once.
21st Oct '15 6:03:09 PM nombretomado
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To get around this problem in animation, some use multiple background cel layers, moving at different speeds. (In the past this has required a special piece of equipment called a "multiplane camera" - see the extras on {{Disney}}'s ''Bambi'' [=DVD=] for details - but the effect has become much easier to manage in the digital age.) Excessively cheap animation (see Creator/{{Filmation}}, Creator/HannaBarbera) uses the single WraparoundBackground, and this intensifies the fakeness.

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To get around this problem in animation, some use multiple background cel layers, moving at different speeds. (In the past this has required a special piece of equipment called a "multiplane camera" - see the extras on {{Disney}}'s Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''Bambi'' [=DVD=] for details - but the effect has become much easier to manage in the digital age.) Excessively cheap animation (see Creator/{{Filmation}}, Creator/HannaBarbera) uses the single WraparoundBackground, and this intensifies the fakeness.
31st Jan '15 6:39:51 AM StFan
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To get around this problem in animation, some use multiple background cel layers, moving at different speeds. (In the past this has required a special piece of equipment called a "multiplane camera" - see the extras on {{Disney}}'s ''Bambi'' [=DVD=] for details - but the effect has become much easier to manage in the digital age.) Excessively cheap animation (see {{Creator/Filmation}}, {{Hanna-Barbera}}) uses the single WraparoundBackground, and this intensifies the fakeness.
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To get around this problem in animation, some use multiple background cel layers, moving at different speeds. (In the past this has required a special piece of equipment called a "multiplane camera" - see the extras on {{Disney}}'s ''Bambi'' [=DVD=] for details - but the effect has become much easier to manage in the digital age.) Excessively cheap animation (see {{Creator/Filmation}}, {{Hanna-Barbera}}) Creator/{{Filmation}}, Creator/HannaBarbera) uses the single WraparoundBackground, and this intensifies the fakeness.
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29th Dec '14 11:16:08 AM nombretomado
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To get around this problem in animation, some use multiple background cel layers, moving at different speeds. (In the past this has required a special piece of equipment called a "multiplane camera" - see the extras on {{Disney}}'s ''Bambi'' [=DVD=] for details - but the effect has become much easier to manage in the digital age.) Excessively cheap animation (see {{Filmation}}, {{Hanna-Barbera}}) uses the single WraparoundBackground, and this intensifies the fakeness.

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To get around this problem in animation, some use multiple background cel layers, moving at different speeds. (In the past this has required a special piece of equipment called a "multiplane camera" - see the extras on {{Disney}}'s ''Bambi'' [=DVD=] for details - but the effect has become much easier to manage in the digital age.) Excessively cheap animation (see {{Filmation}}, {{Creator/Filmation}}, {{Hanna-Barbera}}) uses the single WraparoundBackground, and this intensifies the fakeness.
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