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Since computer-generated imagery has
gotten so much cheaper in the last few
years, it's only a matter of time before it
makes it into low-budget pornography.
The classic "bullet time" effect is achieved
with a row of cameras pointing at the
subject that are all triggered at once. Then
than a sequence of frames from the
same angle at different times, we have a
sequence of frames from different angles
at the same time. This allows objects on
film to hover in mid-air, frozen in time,
while the camera moves around them.
Which objects might be used in a porno is
left as an exercise to the reader.
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||Great idea. You could even have 3D movies that you can rotate and slow down interactively!
||Hm. Er. Wow. Um. Are you sure this hasn't been done before? (I mean, I'd go search, but you know how corporate firewalls are...)
||This would seem contrary to the low budget-ness of most adult movies but perhaps, if the cost of equipment and editing were lowered enough, this might be viable. It's certain someone would buy it.
||Blob, blob, blob, blob, blob, blob ? Blob !
||Could you, in the second paragraph's last sentence, change "camera" to "point of view"? As is said, there are multiple cameras. Thank you.
||Then, in the first paragraph, could you take out the reference to computer-generated imagery? The post discusses a way to use cameras to film an effect that is, despite appearances, NOT computer-generated. Thank you.
||Then could you read the second half of the first sentence, and focus on the phrase "it's only a matter of time"? Then delete this idea. Thank you.