Video: A primer on designing better cameras for games
What makes for a great in-game camera system?
As part of the GDC 2017 Animation Bootcamp, Robotoki's Simon Unger tried to help fellow game makers answer that question by hitting the stage to present an abbreviated primer on actual cameras and composition techniques.
It was a notable talk because while just about every game development team has to think about how their game's camera system works, very few game devs have spent time working with lots of real cameras or studying camera work in photography, film and TV.
Unger touched on all those topics during his talk, which was well worth watching; if you missed it in person, no worries -- you can now watch the entire talk for free over on the official GDC YouTube channel!
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