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The effect is called chromatic aberration; the way it’s usually done in games, and what’s being done there, is by reading the red / green / blue channels of an image at different offset positions. As with your other question (you’re looking to get into the NFT market, I’m guessing?), there are most likely plugins for After Effects that will let you create ...


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This effect is called Color Cycling (or Palette Shifting). Mark Ferrari has a great GDC talk where he demonstrates and explains the entire technique. You can view a bunch of his artwork based on this technique here. The main idea is that each pixel is painted not with a single color, but as values of a look-up table to a palette of colors. The entire image ...


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The accessor (model.accessors[accessor_index]) has its own byteOffset and count values that you need to account for here. The input and output accessors are allowed to share a bufferView, and your output is showing a dump of the same entire bufferView twice. The first five values in that dump are the input accessor with the times (in seconds, since the ...


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