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11. Hover over the heavy dot until you see the letter Z appear in the mouse pointer. Slowly drag up
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and down. The image still changes scale, but more important, it moves sideways, zooming along the pavement. That s because the front of the z-axis is pointing toward the right, and the back is pointing toward the vanishing point at left.
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12. Now hover over the horizontal red line until you see the mouse pointer acquire an X. Click and
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drag slowly left and right. At first, the movement might look similar to Z movement, but there s an important difference. Yes, there is some left-and-right movement, but because of the position of the vanishing point, the photo seems to be moving onto the street or into the door, as depicted in Figure 9-16.
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Figure 9-16. The orientation of the x-, y-, and z-axes depends on the position of the vanishing point. As you are most likely discovering, using the arrows on the 3D Translation tool to move a selection can be a bit tricky. Here s a more precise method:
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1. Select the image on the stage and open the Properties panel. 2. Twirl down the 3D Position and View options. 3. Switch to the 3D Translation tool, and scrub across one of the handles. Pay attention to how
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the values in the X, Y, and Z areas, as shown in Figure 9-17, in the Properties panel change as you drag the arrow. Now scrub across the values in the Properties panel. The selection moves on the axis you are scrubbing.
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4. What does that little camera in the 3D Position and View properties do Scrub across the
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value. That little gem is the Perspective Angle, and as, you have seen, it moves the selection along the sight line of the vanishing point.
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Figure 9-17. Use the Properties panel to do it by the numbers.
5. To finish, get the image into position as shown in Figure 9-17. To get the bottom to line up with
the road, open the Transform panel, and adjust the Y value in the 3D rotation area.
6. With the image selected, twirl down the Color Effect properties and select Alpha from the
Style drop-down. Reduce the Alpha value to 50%.
7. Turn off the visibility of the guide layer, and deselect the image. It now looks, as shown in Figure
9-18, like someone is projecting the image onto that garage door.
Figure 9-18. The image projected on to a wall in Amsterdam
Strategies for positioning content in 3D space
The orientation of movement along any of the three axes (x, y, and z) depends entirely on the location of the vanishing point. When the vanishing point is centered on the stage, the z-axis is pointing nearly straight at you. This means z-axis movement will increase and decrease the size of the object, as it apparently moves closer and farther from you. As illustrated in the previous exercise, this orientation can change. Without ActionScript, it isn t possible to point the x- or y-axis directly at you, but you can approximate these orientations by setting a very high number, such as 10000, for the X and Y values in the Vanishing point setting in the Properties panel s 3D Position and View area. Extreme positions for the vanishing point result in the following orientations: Significantly high or low X value: Z movement becomes horizontal. Significantly high or low Y value: Z movement becomes vertical. Significantly high or low X and Y values: Z movement becomes diagonal. Fiddle enough with these settings, and you ll get seasick! Just remember that you can always start from scratch very easily by selecting your movie clip and clicking the Reset button in the Properties panel and the Remove Transform button in the Transform panel. In spite of the utility of this tip, you can quickly find yourself in a pickle when positioning numerous objects not just one in the 3D space of the stage. We hope the following suggestions make your journey a bit easier.
The parallax effect: traveling through space
Parallax is an optical illusion that gives an otherwise flat 2D image the illusion of depth. We have all experienced this effect. Imaging you are sitting in your car zipping along the highway. The line in the road seem to be a blur, whereas the cows in the field move across your line of sight rather slowly and the forest in the distance behind the cows appears to hardly move at all. Though the technique has been liberally used by science-fiction movies for years, it really didn t catch massive attention until Ken Burns, in his Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) movie The Civil War (www.pbs.org/civilwar/), used it to bring grainy black-and-white civil war photos to life. In the movie, the camera would slowly pan across an image seeming to move forward into the image or backward across the image. The introduction of the 3D tools in Flash hands you the opportunity to create your own parallax effects in your movies. In this exercise, we are going to put a series of 2D images into motion to create the effect. Along the way, you will discover how objects can be animated in 3D space and how important movie clips are to the process of creating the illusion of parallax. Let s get started.
The files used in this exercise are freely available from the NASA website (www.nasaimages.org/ ). The images on this site are stunning and, because they are part of the Internet archive, are available, for free, to anybody who chooses to use them for whatever purpose.
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