Visual Effects

Play An Intense Game Of Human Pong


If you're good at playing sport games on your computer but suck at sports in real life, this tutorial is just for you. You'll learn how to combine 3D animation with live footage through 2d and 3d tracking. It's time to bring back some life to the all time classic tennis game.... "PONG"!


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