This tutorial shows how to make a cool retro 3d hologram on your wrist watch. We will be using Mocha for basic object tracking and After Effects to create the hologram and the final chromatic aberration retro look. Before you start the tutorial you can download my Heads Up Display elements for After Effects from here.
File size: 609.9 MB
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