Creating a Consistent Depth Perspective2:39 with Guil Hernandez
3D transformed elements share the same perspective defined in the parent container. Because of this, some elements will have more depth than others, making each transform look different. In this video, we'll apply 3D perspective directly on single elements to make the rotations consistent.
- When 3D transformed elements share the same perspective, they have the same vanishing point.
- The vanishing point is the point that keeps everything in perspective and creates realistic depth.
- Some 3D elements will appear to have more depth than others.
- You can create a consistent depth perspective by defining multiple 3D scenes.
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