Animation

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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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At Ringling, representatives from the major firms in the computer animation industry eye portfolios and tapes when students are only juniors.
At Polygon (and most other computer animation studios), animators use keyframing to specify the key points of animation manually.
Title: The Art of 3D Computer Animation and EffectsAuthor: Issac V.
To understand the effects of this new medium, lawyers must understand the different techniques used in the field of computer animation, which is interdisciplinary and attracts those working in the science and arts applying these techniques.
Provided you have the power - Brough recommends a Pentium-based computer with an Intel chip inside - there are several software packages you can use to familiarize yourself with computer animation.
Top animators note that computer animation today often relies on simply staging human drawings on computers.
The outsourced computer animation production market is increasingly being tapped by North American and European film and television program producers.
The Computer Animation Festival is recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as a qualifying festival.
Jodoin's liberal attitudes also extended to an interest in developing computer animation as an artistic tool.
He has a wonderful story to tell that should be applicable across multiple industry lines," stated Carlye Archibeque, SIGGRAPH 2009 Computer Animation Festival Executive Producer.
They're always good for luring audiences keen on being educated by computer animation.
While this impressive short at times resembles a show reel for 3-D computer animation techniques, Bingo does cleverly combine an absurdist play with animation's intrinsic anarchic possibilities.

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