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Animation

The rapid showing of still pictures (especially drawings) such that they appear to be moving. In the United States, animation in television and movies has historically been designed to appeal mainly to children, which may affect what commercials are broadcast in their timeslots.
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(3) Design and build characters for a short animated movie.
Conclusion: Four procedural combinations were applied to the selected chunks of animated movies in test set whereas training of both ANN and SVM was made by 180 still images.
Ram Warrier, Business Head, MAAC said, "We have entered the 3D Age and this is clearly visible from the kind of animated movies being created both in terms of quality and quantity.
Disney's animated movies were produced from hand-drawn sketches on paper, which when moved in quick succession, gave the illusion of a moving picture.
THE normal version of the Jim Carrey animated movie may not make you feel like you are flying through the streets but it's still a decent thrill ride.
UP has been a massive success around the globe simply because it is a fabulous animated movie with real heart and soul.
The titles, to be released beginning at the end of this year, will include Japanese motion pictures, animated movies, the U.S.
is a reference especially for hardcore fans and casual viewers alike of Japanese animated movies and television shows, usually called "anime" for brevity.
Sarah Baxter, marketing director for Blockbuster Entertainment Ltd, said: "The technology behind animated movies is becoming more and more sophisticated, as the amazing graphics in Finding Nemo show, but the classics will always be popular."
After The Jungle Book, Toy Story came second on the list of the top 10 animated movies of all time, followed by Finding Nemo and The Lion King.
After The Jungle Book, Toy Story came second on the list of the top 20 animated movies of all time, followed by Finding Nemo, The Lion King and Shrek.
The agreement is an attempt by Disney to cut down on the number of illegal pirate copies that are made of its animated movies. Microsoft will incorporate its Digital Rights Management technology into Disney movies to increase the level of copy protection available.