Roman Horol shows how to create a multi angle holographic look with a shader in Maya to create an effect similar to the security holograms that one might find on a credit card.

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Roman actually runs the front-to-end gamut in this tutorial showing from showing how to bring in illustrator art right down to taking the renders into After Effects. The import thing however, is the actual HyperShade network where he uses a Maya Layer Texture Node, Stencil Node, and of course a sampler Info Node to create a simple shader network that will change color based on glancing angle.

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