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How its done

Postby kani_2001 on 01/20/2016, 7:47 am

Hai every one,

can any one tell me how this

Interactive human head is done in this website.

(is it programming or totally graphics.) i need to do a similer effect.

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Re: How its done

Postby Farmfield on 01/20/2016, 10:48 am

When you run across this type of stuff, just right click and choose view source, and you'll pretty quickly be able to determine what it is - in this case it's Javascript.

If you need to do a similar, interactive setup for use in an app or a webpage, this is not the forum to get help, though.
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Re: How its done

Postby JPT7505 on 01/20/2016, 6:10 pm

The interactivity isn't anything AE can do but the look can be replicated to some degree using plexus.
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Re: How its done

Postby Larry on 03/6/2016, 7:37 pm

Hi! First of all you have to prepare geometry using any of 3D apllications, which means you have to prepare a model ( low poly model in this case), and then depense what 3D soft you use you have to export correct way ( format ) to the 3D engine which you currently using to get interactivity .. personaly I would prefeer Unity 3D which Im working all the time .... then you have to write the script using C#, Java or the other to get effect of interactivity ( looks impressive on this prticular ) ... then you just have to immplement this to the project the way is best for your needs .... If it comes to the BG which looks like from AE :) ... you have to do it in 3D engine you working on ... as simple as that :) ... That's all about intro !:) Tha shots after gets to the deep of the knowledge how to composit, how to recolor, how to .... do all the rest to get this cinema look ....
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