In this video a clear sheet of plastic with black vertical stripes is slid across a piece of paper with a black and white image printed on it. As the clear sheet moves from one side to the other it appears that parts of the static image move.
|Toy Story, 1995,||Rotten Tomatoes 100%|
|A Bug’s Life, 1998,||Rotten Tomatoes 92%|
|Toy Story 2, 1999,||Rotten Tomatoes 100%|
|Monsters, Inc., 2001||Rotten Tomatoes 95%|
|Finding Nemo, 2003||Rotten Tomatoes, 98%|
|The Incredibles, 2004||Rotten Tomatoes 97%|
|Cars, 2006||Rotten Tomatoes 74%|
|Ratatouille, 2007||Rotten Tomatoes 96%|
|WALL-E, 2008||Rotten Tomatoes 96%|
|Up, 2009||Rotten Tomatoes 98%|
|Toy Story 3, 2010||Rotten Tomatoes 99%|
|Cars 2, 2011||Rotten Tomatoes 38%|
|Brave, 2012||Rotten Tomatoes 74%|
Luciano Neves at Infinite CG.
Portraits by Lori Earley
You should see above a multicolored cube. If you click and drag on the cube you should be able to rotate it and look at it from all sides. This is made possible by p3d.in. P3D.in is a website which allows you to upload and share your 3D models for free.