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Disappearing head & body using segmentation or something similar...

  • Hi Richard,

    If that's something you are looking for you can use Tween Manager  to add animation of user's body alpha value


    Add TweenAlpha script to the Image object that is used to render body with segmentation mask

    Also in this example instead of rendering background image I've putted it as input to Camera's Render Target.

    Hope this will be helpful!

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  • That’s very helpful, thank you. One other thing. Is there a way to animate the alpha dissolve. So rather than just fade, the body disappears starting at the head and then moves down. I was initially thinking you create an animated body segmentation, but not sure that’s possible?

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  • Any chance you could send me the file so I can see how you've set it up? Many thanks.



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  • You can add second camera with another screen image that applies animated mask to already segmented user image. Here is sample project.

    I used animated  texture like this one, to gradually fill mask from top to bottom


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  • That's fantastic. Thanks! What did you create the animation in - After Effects?

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