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  1. London-boy

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    Where's the cool part? :)
     
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    How do they do that? Is it a series of images that "seamlessly" switch over one after the other.
    Like you have one image, u zoom in and at a certail point the next one blends in and so on and so forth?
     
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    i think it's a series of images with holes in the middle. when you scale one down to a certain size it then starts with the next one scaled up just large enough that the hole is the same size as the previous image. eventually, when an image is scaled small enough, it just tosses it out.
     
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    It's been posted here before, recently. I think this picture explains how it works:

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