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Since its introduction, amateur and professional filmmakers alike have come up with more and more creative ways to use it, including shooting footage in first person view, breathing new life into action (http://www.
Flipping effortlessly between third and first person views, it is easy to become immersed in the drama as Samus battles ever more ingenious and powerful Metroid menaces as she explores the deserted space station which she had been drawn to by the 'Baby's Cry' distress call.
Forget vague symbolism, B-Movie futurism or tired political posturing, Smith opts for a truly personal, first person view into a bacchanalian world of sin, excess, cynicism and insecurity framed by humour so black that it can only come from having been there, seen it and done it.
Played from a first person view point, players take the controls of a sci-fi assault tank called a Wraith.
Some industry specific applications for the technology include: augmented reality (motion capture), visualization (set design) and the first person view (live preview).
com -- Visitors can locate the Six Flags amusement park closest to their home; check out the latest attractions and special events; plan a personalized "Perfect Day" by submitting their favorite types of rides, attractions, and restaurants (the database will dynamically generate a customized park directory for that guest); and experience the thrills and spills of the newest roller coasters with a first person view of the ride (using Quick Time and AVI).
Most ads feature a glimpse of the event through first person views of actual experiences, while event postcards stream World Park TV commercials direct to consumers from the print advertising allowing for direct interaction with consumers.
See the action through a chilling third person view, or an all too real first person view while aiming your weapon.