The plugin brings a beautiful parallax effect to your Figma designs. It automatically arranges your layers in 3D perspective, and lets you easily translate any mouse or scroll or zoom-scroll movements to the parallax animation! The best part is that you can export the animation in HTML, SVG, GIF, and Webm formats! And that's just the beginning. We are working on \"Rotation Parallax\" that will be available in the next updates. Stay tuned! ?
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Change mobile columns count, enable parallax background effect on mobile, reverse column stacking order in mobile, add hyphens for pretty line breaks in mobile or prevent words from breaking in mobile.
When you scroll a list of cards (containing images,for example) in an app, you might notice that thoseimages appear to scroll more slowly than the rest of the screen. It almost looks as if the cards in the listare in the foreground, but the images themselves sitfar off in the distant background. This effect is known as parallax.
In this recipe, you create the parallax effect by buildinga list of cards (with rounded corners containing some text).Each card also contains an image.As the cards slide up the screen,the images within each card slide down.
A parallax scrolling effect is achieved by slightlypushing the background image in the opposite directionof the rest of the list. As the list items slide up the screen, each background image slides slightly downward.Conversely, as the list items slide down the screen,each background image slides slightly upward. Visually, this results in parallax.
Notice: Hello mobile user. Unfortunately, this parallax effect is not reliably achieved on mobile devices, so all you will see on this demo page are static backgrounds. Please visit this page on a desktop browser to see its full effect.
To help increase the site loading speeds, it comes with a default lazy loading feature. Additionally, the theme features a grid layout and a built-in full-width slider with a parallax effect, resulting in a stylish design.
On the left side of the screen we can see the properties of every object we choose, you need to select and edit the next parameters on the parallax effect for each layer, you can do this after or before to add the backgrounds it does not matter the order.
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Some of the researchers have taken advantage of the property of the high resolution sensors to detect and retrieve the attitude instabilities. Iwasaki and Teshima used the parallax between the short-wave infrared (SWIR) sensors of ASTER to detect and estimate the frequency and amplitude of the fluctuation of Terra satellite . In their studies, a fluctuation with a frequency of around 1.5 Hz is discovered. Kirk et al. used the parallax resulted from the adjacent CCD arrays of the focal plane to detect the jitter components of High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) . With the help of the software module hijitreg of ISIS 3.0 developed by USGS, the jitter components were generated from the HiRISE imagery and the accuracy of digital surface model (DSM) product was enhanced by compensating the jitter effect. Similarly, the parallax formed by a pair of narrow angle cameras onboard the LRO was utilized by Mattason et al. . They succeeded in acquiring the frequency and amplitude of jitter. Furthermore, using the parallax formed by neighbouring multispectral sensors, Amberg et al. detected the attitude micro-vibration of PLEIADES-HR satellite without the help of additional devices .
In addition, some jitter analysis methods, which consider the provided attitude data, RPCs and digital products, have been proposed. Li et al. evaluated HiRISE jitter effects by differencing the SPICE kernel (telemetry) EO parameters and EO parameters calculated from third-order polynomials. In their study, attitude jitter was compensated by introducing three high-frequency terms in the polynomials which were used in the bundle adjustment (BA) model . Schneider et al. found the periodic residuals on ALOS-PRISM images when generating RPCs to replace the rigorous sensor model . The reason is that the inherent defects of RPCs could not inherit validly high-order distortions from the satellite attitude . Schwind et al. constructed the satellite attitude by attaching sinusoidal disturbance in the geometric simulator for the hyperspectral satellite Environmental Mapping and Analysis Program (EnMAP). They corrected the images geometrically with the rigorous sensor model . Kirk and Mattson identified the problem of jitter of HiRISE and LRO through unexpected ripples on DTM products [13,14]. Ayoub et al. detected the attitude jitter of ASTER, QuickBird and HiRISE satellites by analyzing undulating pattern on parallax maps obtained from dense matching of two orthoimages, and thus eliminated these artifacts on orthoimages . Nuth and Kääb proposed a co-registration method for elevation data and found jitter of ASTER through significant biases in DEM after 3D co-registration .
In the experiment, Band 1 and Band 2 from CCD 1 of ZY-3 multispectral image, which is captured almost simultaneously with panchromatic images used in Section 3.2.2, were used. Following the detection method described in Section 2.1.1 and the compensation method described in Section 2.2.1, Figure 12 shows the results of the averaged parallax disparities at each scan line in the cross-track direction before and after compensation. From Figure 12, we can see that a quasi-sinusoidal periodic pattern with the frequency characteristic of 0.654 Hz is revealed before jitter compensation and the periodic distortions are significantly corrected after compensation. The amplitude of the averaged parallax disparities is reduced from 1 pixel to 0.3 pixel. However, there still exits some residuals after compensation, which would be caused by topographic effects. Therefore, it is worth further consideration of the influence of terrain on jitter compensation.
The proposed compensation method on image can significantly correct the jitter effect. The amplitude of the averaged parallax disparities is reduced from 1 pixel to 0.3 pixel after jitter compensation for ZY-3 image. In t