A once-common wipe used for Scene Transitions, the Body Wipe is an In Camera Effect when the camera zooms in on a person to the point of that person obscuring the whole screen before the film cuts to somewhere else. The faster the person goes, the more intimidating this can be to the audience, since it feels like the character is running (or falling, where it may feel like Camera Abuse) out of the screen.
A common method is for someone to walk into the camera and then cut to them walking out of it again somewhere else (that is, the same thing in reverse), showing that they have travelled between their body filling the screen and their body moving away from it again. This uses the Match Cut technique if the person is wearing the same colour on both sides of their body, meaning that the transition doesn't involve sudden changes or cuts on the screen.
The camera can be placed in a chair that someone then sits in. Expect a squelching sound to occur as the screen fills up with their body, emphasising either that yes, this scene is over and done and squished into history, or the fatness of the character.
Played for Laughs, the camera might hit the person and trigger a reaction from them instead of transitioning to another shot.
In "A Very Digi Christmas", Agumon jumps out of a present box. He jumps out with his foot filling up the screen and jumps out of the camera into Tai's arms
This happens with Takato in "Digimon, Digimon Everywhere" when Kazu yells for him to hurry up because they're late for class.
Film — Animated
A scene in A Goofy Movie, where Pete is bowling and makes PJ knock down one pin. Pete is cheering, "WOOHOO! STRIKE-OLA!" and he jumps into the camera filling up the screen and then jumping right out.
Fantastic Mr. Fox: With Bose when he has a temper tantrum and trashes the inside of the trailer.
The Tangerine Bear: Where the dog Virgil is chasing Tangie for breaking a vase. He is chasing after him and is running towards the camera and his nose fills up the screen.
In Pooh's Grand Adventure,twice, with Eeyore, when he's falling after a bridge he was walking on collapses. And again with Tigger where he and Eeyore run into Rabbit.
A scene in Happily N'Ever After has a group of trolls begin walking toward a light shining at the castle. A pink one walks into the camera and walks back out.
In Tom and Jerry: The Movie where Dr. Applecheeks walks towards that ice cream stand with an evil smile. As he fills up the camera, the screen fades to black.
Tweetys High Flying Adventure: At the end of of the prologue. Sylvester says "Well, first things first" while he is walking towards the camera and his face fills up the screen making it completely black.
In The Lion King, during the song "I Just Can't Wait to be King", the giraffes are throwing Simba and Nala, Simba's stomach fills up the screen at one point. It is done again in the scene where Scar drops Mufasa into the stampede of wildebeests.
The Tangerine Bear: where the dog Virgil is chasing Tangie for breaking a vase. He is chasing after him and is running towards the camera and his nose fills up the screen.
Despicable Me short "Banana": at the end where a swarm of minions is chasing one who was eating an apple.
The Jungle Book 2: Twice. Once with Baloo as he is walking inside the temple. "Step aside and I'll show you what a real rug cutter can do". Again with Baloo during the song WILD. Does it after he knocks off Timon & Pumbaa look-alikes.
Lilo & Stitch: With Cobra when Nani is showing him the direction to the back door.
A Bug's Life: A shot of Heimlich being carried by a flying Dim has him being lowered onto the camera.
The Hilarious Outtakes parody this by having Heimlich's face getting smushed against the camera.
Film — Live Action
This is done once in Annie Get Your Gun when she's wearing her red dress. She runs into and out of the camera to show that she's crossed the showground.
Utilized in Alfred Hitchcock's Rope where a body filling up the screen was used a few times to cover a change in film; mostly someone's back. It's presented as one continuous take but the cameras of the time could only handle enough film for 10 minutes of shooting, so that's how much they shot at a time.
The Blind Side: Near the beginning, Michael is walking and quick flashbacks of his family were shown. The scene then uses this method to cut to him in a conference room with an NCAA investigator.
The third variation appears in Spaceballs - a slow, dramatic zoom on Lord Helmet goes too far and knocks him over.
The Price Is Right: Drew Carey has been known to do this on occasion when throwing a Showcase Showdown segment to commercial; usually this will be the first one, right after the ticket plug.
Sanford and Son: Did this at least once on Season 4's "The Masquerade Party" (the episode featuring the Let's Make a Deal parody), where Fred walks offstage and ends up walking (and ranting at the same time) into a camera.
In The Twilight Zone episode "Death's Head Revisited", the main character runs toward the camera.
Chuck — In "Chuck Versus the Angel de la Muerte," this happens as Captain Awesome walks down the hall, followed by a cut to General Goya's well-guarded hospital room.
Used very artfully to advance the series to the real-world present in "Bringing Up Baby", the fourth-season premiere of Modern Family. In the penultimate scene, Gloria has just told her 65-year-old husband Jay that she's pregnant by him, on the day after the events of the previous season's finale (which had aired four months earlier). Expecting a negative reaction, he instead tells her it's the best birthday present he's gotten and the two embrace. The camera pans around them, coming close enough that their bodies momentarily fill the screen... and when it's past them, they're in a different house and we see and hear things that make us realize at least three months have passed: Gloria is now showing, Phil has grown a beard he had talked about earlier in the episode, and Cam, Lily and Mitchell have been on a vacation to Britain and back as well as having gotten the kitten they tried to adopt earlier in the episode.
Perry Mason: "The Case of the Glittering Goldfish": After Rollins ends his phone conversation with Mason, he walks into the camera so that all we see is an extreme closeup of his tie.
"None, Some, All," from circa the mid-1970s and performed by Bip Bippadotta Mahna Mahna and a cast of various supporting and Anything Muppet characters. At the end, Bip walks into the camera, completely obscuring it on the song's last note and fade-out.
In the New Years' special, when Telly runs away screaming after Oscar scares him straight with lies on how bad New Years' is.
In episode 4181 with the Mine-itis, with Cookie Monster as he is taking away a piano screaming "MIINE!".
Mario Superstar Baseball: In the very last scene before the credits where Mario walks out of a field holding a baseball, he walks slowly into the camera. The camera then zooms out from his hat as he continues walking. View it here.
Sonic Heroes: The end of the first scene of the Team Rose story; with Big.
Mario Party 2: The Pirate Land stage ending movie; with Bowser and the winning character.
Sonic Adventure DX: Twice. First in Big's story when chaos comes up to Froggy, Froggy's mouth fills the screen; and then the camera zooms out from Big's shoe. Then in Super Sonic's story where Big arrives on the scene and the camera zooms out from his stomach.
Another World: In the game's intro, the protagonist, Lester, walks through the camera after he exits an elevator.
"Operation U.T.O.P.I.A.": Before Katie shows Numbuh 1 her home, she obscures the screen with her pink skirt.
"The Grim Adventures of the KND", in the scene where Billy's dad comes out of a puff of smoke trying to get his pants. While he walks, he says "I wear the pants around here!". We walks straight into the camera and walks back out saying "ME! me, me, me!"
This happens in "Operation O.U.T.B.R.E.A.K." when a girl jumps towards Numbuh 4.
"Operation C.O.L.L.E.G.E.": The very beginning with Numbuh 1 drinking a shake.
In "Operation M.O.V.I.E.", this is done when an usher takes Numbuh 4 away for sneaking into an R-rated movie.
"HUGS": When Rainbow Monkey Kong tries to grab Numbuh 4 inside Sector V, his hand obscures the screen when he finally does.
"Much Apu About Nothing" uses this near the beginning where Homer tries to get beer from the fridge. "Let's all calm down. Everyone's going to be just fine. As long as I have enough beers."
"Selma's Choice" Bart and Lisa try to get Selma off a bench and ride a rollercoaster.
"Lisa's Pony" in a scene where Homer's playing tea party with Lisa and Bart and Milhouse make fun of him. Homer notices them and immediately charges at them. He runs towards the camera and his stomach fills up the screen making it completely white.
"Girls Just Want to Have Sums", where Nelson is about to beat up the disguised Lisa.
"Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment" with Homer putting his foot down about an an argument with Marge about keeping the free cable.
"The Dad Who Knew Too Little" where Homer is about to charge towards some free sample stands.
"Brother's Little Helper" The scene where Bart walks into an army base where soldiers are taking showers. He is walking into the camera with a twitchy look on his face.
Rocko's Modern Life (video): In the episode "Who Gives a Buck", Rocko, Heffer, and Spunky are on a floor escalator. They move toward the camera and Spunky's eyes fill up the screen and they move out of the camera from Heffer's butt.
Happens twice in a row in the Garfield and Friends episode "Don't Move", when Odie is riding down the sidewalk in a shopping cart. His eyes fill up the screen both times and it then cuts to the next scene each time.
"The Buster Brady Bunch" segment "Squish" where Dizzy as a bug comes across himself at normal size and squishes him with his foot.
"Looking Out for the Little Guy: segment "Bird Dog Afternoon" with the dog Byron Basset; while he's trying to catch 3 baby birds that fall from their nest, his nose fills the screen.
"Wake Up Call of the Wild" segment "Kitty Cat-Astrophy" with Furrball; while he imagines the alley he's in is a prehistoric forest, he walks up to the screen and his nose fills it up.
"Son of the Wacko World of Sports" segment "Acme Acres Summer Olympics" with Hamton; as he is carrying a torch to light the Olympic fire, he runs through the screen.
"Toon Physics" quite a few times. Before the segement "A Cub for Grub" with Furrball, when the camera cuts from a black hole to a zoom out of his mouth screaming and being squeezed by Elmyra. Then he screams again and his mouth fills the screen, but the camera zooms out from Dizzy's mouth while he's eating. After eating Orson Whales, he glares at the camera, then runs over to it and his mouth fills it up. And finally in the segment itself, with Furrball again; after he ate an inflatable tent, his body begins to form into one, making his nose fill the screen.
Ben 10: "Super Alien Hero Buddy Adventures" where Ben complains to Tim Dean about his show. But he orders Fiery Buddy to take him away
In the second act of the episode "Class Clown Bogus", when Bogus is leaping forward for more food, his eyes fill the screen.
Happens in the second act of the episode "Et Tu, Brattus?", while Brattus rides on the spider, Brattus's face filling the screen.
Bogus's face fills the screen in the first act of the episode "Computer Intruder", when he flies towards the screen while holding the tennis racket.
Happened twice in the third act of the episode "Babysitting Bogus". The first time, when the baby falls off the kitchen shelf with his face filling the screen, and the second time when Bogus is flying after the baby while he was bouncing on the pogo stick on the roof, as Bogus's nose fills the screen.
Happens three times in the episode "Totally Bogus Video". First, when Bogus as a Badass Biker rides towards the screen, his face fills the screen. The second time with Ratty's nose filling the screen while he slides across the counter after receiving a rough beatdown from Bogunda. The third and final time was when Bogus was being chased by the store owner, with the front of the wind-up getaway car that he rides on filling the screen.
This happens in the first act of the episode "Waterboy Bogus", when Bogus is being chased by the orca and his eyes fill the screen.
"Winter Olympics" with the MAD Yodeler; after Claw orders him to avalanche Gadget, he walks off, into the screen, filling it up.
"Down on the Farm" with Penny, after she receives a call from Brain; she walks into the screen as she tells him "I'll be there on the next bus."
"The Boat" twice. Once with Gadget, as he's investigating inside the boat, he walks through the screen saying "I'll get to the bottom of it or my name isn't Inspector Gadget." And another with Penny as she is dropped into a cage by a MAD agent, the screen is filled by the white stripe on her shirt.
"Amusement Park" with Gadget, when he's blading up the rollercoaster, his face fills the screen.
"Art Heist" with Brain, when he gets kicked out of the art museum, his chest fills the screen as he's sliding out.
"Dreamscape" As Omi, Raimundo, Kimiko, and Clay flee from the temple, Omi runs through the camera as his face fills the screen. Then later when Jack smacks Wuya her face fills the screen, then goes black.
"How to Start a Dragon Academy" Twice. Once with Hiccup walking backwards toward the camera going through it, while trying to avoid the dragon's poop coming down. Again with some viking chasing after a dragon who took his cart. The viking runs through the camera.
"Animal House" at the very beginning with some viking wearing purple and a black beard pushing a wheelbarrow walking straight through the camera.
"Foamy the Freakadog" at the ending, Freakazoid walks into the screen saying, with a heavy heart, he brought his partnership with Freakadog to an end. The yellow F on his constume fills the screen, then transitions to red showing him walking away.