This example illustrates how the Liquib Mirage Effect might be used to
emulate a reflective watery surface. The pretty butterfly and flowers appear to be
at the edge of a pond, which mirrors them as distorted, rippled reflections. While
the Mirage Effect is active (until it is finalized), the watery surface would typically
be in continuous meandering, swirling motion. The scale and strength of surface
undulations are determined by Waviness and Intensity parameters.
Notice that the reflected butterfly, flowers and other elements are somewhat squashed,
appearing shorter than in the original picture. That was caused by setting the
Elongation value to -34 (a positive Elongation would lengthen the
Mirage image instead).