Some articles on effect:
... The dolly zoom is an unsettling in-camera effect that appears to undermine normal visual perception ... The effect is achieved by using the setting of a zoom lens to adjust the angle of view (often referred to as field of view or FOV) while the camera dollies (or moves) towards or away ... without a size change is a highly unsettling effect, and the emotional impact of this effect is greater than the description above can suggest ...
... The effect of this is that even a moderately sized settlement of any antiquity is built on top of a heap of refuse and demolished buildings and is therefore raised ... In walled towns such as those in medieval Europe the effect of the encircling defences was to hold in the waste so that it could not slip outwards, magnifying the effect ...
... The main direct effect of sulfates on the climate involves the scattering of light, effectively increasing the Earth's albedo ... This effect is moderately well understood and leads to a cooling from the negative radiative forcing of about 0.5 W/m2 relative to pre-industrial values, partially ... The effect is strongly spatially non-uniform, being largest downstream of large industrial areas ...
... After Hitchcock popularized the effect (he used it again for a climactic revelation in Marnie), the technique was used by many other filmmakers, and eventually became regarded as a gimmick or cliché ... This was especially true after director Steven Spielberg repopularized the effect in his highly regarded film Jaws, in a memorable shot of a dolly zoom ...
... Splash damage is distinguished from area of effect damage in that typically splash damage deals increased damage to the target at the center of impact and decreased damage (splash ... MMORPGs, spells dealing splash damage must be centered around a target, whereas area of effect spells may be used anywhere ... though in most MMORPGs, the term area of effect (AoE or AE) is far more commonly used ...
More definitions of "effect":
- (noun): The central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work.
Synonyms: essence, burden, core, gist
- (noun): An impression (especially one that is artificial or contrived).
Example: "He just did it for effect"
- (noun): (of a law) having legal validity.
Example: "The law is still in effect"
- (noun): An outward appearance.
Example: "She retained that bold effect in her reproductions of the original painting"
- (noun): A symptom caused by an illness or a drug.
Example: "The effects of sleep loss"; "the effect of the anesthetic"
Famous quotes containing the word effect:
“The machine has had a pernicious effect upon virtue, pity, and love, and young men used to machines which induce inertia, and fear, are near impotents.”
—Edward Dahlberg (19001977)
“We are such docile creatures, normally, that it takes a virus to jolt us out of lifes routine. A couple of days in a fever bed are, in a sense, health-giving; the change in body temperature, the change in pulse rate, and the change of scene have a restorative effect on the system equal to the hell they raise.”
—E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)
“To see distinctly the machinerythe wheels and pinionsof any work of Art is, unquestionably, of itself, a pleasure, but one which we are able to enjoy only just in proportion as we do not enjoy the legitimate effect designed by the artist.”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091849)