File:Parallax.gif

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Parallax.gif(200 × 150 pixels, file size: 703 KB, MIME type: image/gif, looped, 119 frames, 4.8 s)

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Description
English: This animation is an example of parallax - as the viewpoint moves side to side, the objects closer to the camera appear to move faster, while the objects in the distance appear to move more slowly.
Date 10/24/08
Source This is my original work
Author Nathaniel Domek
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