Perspective

Perspective

Perspective

The Perspective effect uses three rotation axes; “Horizontal Rotation” rotates the image around its horizontal axis, “Vertical Rotation” rotates the image around its vertical axis, while “Transversal Rotation” rotates the image around an axis perpendicular on the center of the original image. A specification that must be done for this effect is that for large images (about 1000 px width and/or height) and for high angles (close to 360 degrees), the appearance will not be the expected one; because of the enhanced visual field, the polynoms closest to the user will not be rendered, so it's a situation that should be avoided.

We can obtain rotations in different directions by giving negative values to the three rotations.

The two parameters connected to the camera are Camera Zoom and Camera Elevation; the first refers to the zoom the image will get and the elevation changes the angle from where the image is viewed - from above or below (positive/negative values).


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