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I will use a lot of animations that I made on this site when explaining Storm Roll, including some Greenland rolls. They are effective for you to understand the movement of rolls. Does the roll training learning video that you know show you the underwater movements? I always had frustration about it. Recently widespread use of wearable cameras has made it possible to shoot underwater movements. However, the camera angle is fixed. Is that the direction you want to know?
For example, using CG, I can prepare the following teaching materials. You can get the camera angle you want by operating the mouse and keyboard. I greatly believe in the possibilities of such content. I will bring them not only to websites but also to actual roll classes. And I think I will regularize the presentation as a preliminary study of practice in the sea.
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