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Animate multilayer images

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I want to animate the splitting of a product image when the user scrolls to the section. i.e. When a user scrolls down and enters the product image section, I want to trigger the animation of revealing the different layers/composition of the product.

 

Like it is done here (scroll down to the second section after landing page):

 

https://simbasleep.com/

 

Any suggestions? 

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Just to clarify, do you need help triggering an animation when it scrolls into the viewport or help in constructing the animation?

 

For scroll-triggered animation, check out the discussion and links here: 

 

If you need help with the animation it would be best if you could provide a simple demo that contains some of the imagery or something close to the html and javascript that you are using. 

 

From the example you posted it seems like a basic timeline with a few tweens to move things along the y-axis would suffice

 

See the Pen dKywma?editors=0010 by GreenSock (@GreenSock) on CodePen

 

without a demo its really tough to know what you want to do, or what you have tried and hasn't worked.

 

 

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I've followed your suggestion, and i've created a codepen with my example, how i can animate it when scroll page?

 

 

See the Pen qKObqm by SalvoDee (@SalvoDee) on CodePen

 

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Hi @SalvoDee :)

 

If you check the link that @Carl posted in his answer, you'll find a few ways to animate on scroll. 

 

You could use ScrollMagic.

http://scrollmagic.io/

 

If you don't want to use a 3rd party library, @OSUblake has some info here:

We talked about the Intersection Observer in this thread:

@Shaun Gorneau has a simple solution here:

There are several ways to make it happen and those threads are just a few that we have on the scroll trigger topic. If you use the forum search feature, you'll find quite a few threads about different approaches.

 

Hopefully that helps. Happy tweening.

:)

 

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