If you’ve ever watched a video on YouTube or Netflix, then you’ve seen the “infinite scroll” effect. This is the illusion that the viewer is scrolling through the video in order to see the next part of the video. This effect can be very apparent, and you can see it even if you’re watching from a distance.
I dont know about you, but I have a hard time believing that the infinite scroll effect could be fake. That is, unless you have a very very long long scroll and that really, really doesnt make sense. To me, I would think that the scroll at the beginning of the video would be a lot shorter than at the end. But that was my assumption anyway.
I can see the infinite scroll effect in the video, but I think it has less to do with the length of the scroll than the fact that you can see the effects of the scroll on the video, so much so that I have to point out the effect as well.
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