posted on Dec, 5 2010 @ 07:22 AM
For many people it is next to impossible to recognise artificial mechanics of displacement. Those objects behave as if they were glued to an
invisible surface, that cosistently and smoothly rotates in 3D space. I have been in CGI for a long time and can easely see those kind of things, but
I'm sure it is NOT CGI in this case. Wind is not affecting the movement of the objects and what you see is not a wind type turbulence, not even
close... Most people aproximate any erratic movements naturally to the wind , as is is the only frame of referece for them when it comes to inanimate
objects in the air. Ask a pro CGI Studio Animator for an analysis of 'turbulence'...