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    incredible animation, how is it done?

    how is the animation on the car that dissaperas with boxes to the left done? on this site: http://vw.com/gti/20th/

    Anyone know?

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    in Photoshop. Then 3 layers in flash with _alpha fade out of the 2 or 3 pixelized pictures.
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    hey gparis,

    what about the transition effect in the same site..esp. in the gallery. there is a smart transition btw. pictures..

    can you tell me a few things about the technik behind this trans.

    thnx for the interest
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    yeah, basically it is a sequence of images. VW had a campaign for their Turbonium bug and used the same technique.
    it's not up anymore but try finding it:
    http://www.turbonium.com/



    i used the same technique for this page. loko at the van:
    http://www.wlir.com/events.asp
    there are 2 images for each. one is the original image and then I created a second with a motion blur in photoshop. the sequence of the 2 creates a nice illusion. most low bandwidth users like to avoid using multiple images and would rather find a way to script something to create the effect but some things just have to be done other ways.

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    jeay,

    can't find appropriate examples to my question..I asked about the hexagonal transition between two loaded images..

    damn...it is a sweet #$! mask! on a dynamically loaded image..

    sorry..sorry...
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