Bullet Time Matrix

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First used in the film Blade in 1998 it became famous with Matrix in 1999, the Bullet Time is an effect that show a scene with an extreme transformation of time and space, usually to show a slow motion of a flying proyectile. Actually Bullet Time doesn’t imply the presence of bullets, it’s a particular type of slow motion where the camera moves with an impossibly high speed for a physical camera, it’s also called adrenaline time, focus time, frozen time and time slice. This video show how to recreate the famous scene of Matrix where Neo avoids bullets by moving at a superhuman speed.

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