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why is it when u can see humpless in the corner of ur eye, he looks like he's humpin faster, then when u look back. hes not goin as fast :(. LOL :p
 
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kinda pointless, but its more to do with periferal vision. when your looking at things head on, you can make out more of the detail and dynamics of what your looking at. things toward the edge of your eye become distorted, if its something moving, like a fan, or a gif image in your case, itll appear faster than looking head on, because your eye cant capture every aspect of it, so your brain just interperates the parts that it can.
 
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ste said:
why is it when u can see humpless in the corner of ur eye, he looks like he's humpin faster, then when u look back. hes not goin as fast :(. LOL :p
Because he likes confusing the hell out of people. I told him to stop doing that. <_<
 
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You could simply animate him faster... wouldnt be very hard at all.
 
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when u can see humpless in the corner of ur eye
If you read the thread at all, you'd see they were talking about peripheral vision.
 
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Pointing out spelling is still off-topic. Keep it up and you'll receive a second one.
 
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I am sorry master of forwarding the ports for my original on topic post. :(
 
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Congratulations. Here's a second warning.
 

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Aye, spammed up enough, thread closed down, he got his answer..I hope.
 

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