An exploded animation is a type of visual representation, often used in technical or product design contexts, where a 3D model or diagram of an object or assembly is intentionally "exploded" or separated into its individual components. This separation is typically done to provide a clearer view of how the various parts of the object fit together and interact with each other.
In an exploded animation, components are usually shown at a distance from each other, with visible gaps between them, which allows viewers to see the relationship between the parts without them being obstructed by overlapping. This technique helps in understanding the assembly process, maintenance, and the role of each component within the overall structure.
It's a valuable tool for instructional purposes, such as animated assembly manuals, technical video documentation, or educational video materials, as it offers a visual breakdown of complex structures.
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