Severo Ojea | Sep 6, 2019
In this Cinema 4D tutorial, we use Redshift's incandescent shader to make a scan rig to use on any 3D object. Once you've built the rig, you can use it on pretty much anything. This technique would work well for futuristic user interfaces/FUI, HUDs, screens etc. It could probably also be applied to medical animations, but you might want to stay away from red.
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