T-pose meme

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The T-pose , otherwise known as a Reference Pose , is a default unanimated state of some models in 3D graphics. It became popularly used with 3D-animated characters in deep fried and shitpost memes in the late s. References to and images of the T-pose have been commonly posted online for over a decade. One of the earliest known images to demonstrate the T-pose appeared on Flickr on January 17th, [1] shown below.

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T-pose - Wikipedia

Test Your Word IQ! Play Now. The image became an absurdist meme in The term T-pose , also called a reference pose , is used in the 3D animation and video game industry. Usually, the T-pose does not make it into the actual game, but occasionally glitches occur, causing characters to randomly snap into this pose. These glitches inspired the T-pose meme.

The T-pose , otherwise known as a Reference Pose , is a default unanimated state of some models in 3D graphics. It became popularly used with 3D-animated characters in deep fried and shitpost memes in the late s. References to and images of the T-pose have been commonly posted online for over a decade.
In computer animation , a T-pose , also known as a T-Pose , is a default pose for a 3D model 's skeleton before it is animated. The T-pose is primarily used as the default pose in animation software, which is then moved to create animations. Outside of being default poses in animation software, T-poses are typically used as placeholders for animations not yet completed, particularly in 3D animated video games. Starting in and resurfacing in the T-pose specifically has become a widespread internet meme due to its bizarre and non sequitur appearance as a distorted music plays at the background, especially in video game glitches where there would otherwise be an animation. In a prerelease video of the game NBA Elite 11 , the demo was filled with glitches , notably one unintentionally showing a T-pose in place of the proper animation for the model of player Michael Jordan.