This is an oldie but a useful tutorial from Aharon Rabinowitz at Red Giant. He explains how to shut the mesh to create a seamless wormhole in Trapcode Mir. Use it on your next time travel journey!
About Trapcode MIR
3D Surfaces, Terrains, and Wireframes in After Effects
Trapcode Mir creates quick-rendering 3D shapes that are built on the power of OpenGL, previewing your effect instantly so you can keep on designing. You’ll play with a simple polygon mesh that is packed with 3D features, like fractal noise for distortion, texture mapping, repeating geometry, and After Effects light integration. Mir generates smoothly shaded objects or flowing organic elements, abstract landscapes, and nebula structures — all beautifully animated with light and depth. Break the speed barrier in After Effects with motion design that is fast, flexible and fun.
Trapcode Suite 14 is now available!
The industry-standard package for motion graphics in After Effects is even better. Trapcode Particular 3 and Trapcode Form 3 are both new and Trapcode Tao has been updated.
Trapcode Suite 14 includes eleven products, two of which are new: Trapcode Particular 3 and Trapcode Form 3. Trapcode Tao 1.2 has also been updated. The suite also includes Trapcode Mir 2.1, Trapcode Shine 2, Trapcode Lux 1.4, Trapcode 3D Stroke 2.6, Trapcode Starglow 1.7, Trapcode Soundkeys 1.4, Trapcode Horizon 1.1 and Trapcode Echospace 1.1.