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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 Polygon (and most other computer animation studios), animators use keyframing to specify the key points of animation manually.
The well-developed animations can be used to liven up lecture notes when teachers use computer animations to better demonstrate and explain difficult concepts in face-to-face classroom [16].
In the late '70s, George Lucas realized he might have some use for experts in the nascent field of computer animation, and he slowly siphoned off Schure's brain trust.
"We went to several countries, and in every country the governments are spending huge amounts of money on content creation: computer animation, games, different applications of computer graphics.
Anew course is being offered for the first time this year, in partnership with the University of the West of Scotland, to teach the first two years of the uni's popular degree in Computer Animation and Multimedia.
Hornet Animations has worked with Nickelodeon, Paramount Pictures, Def Jam Records, VH1, Nike and EBAY to create visual effects, motions graphics, live action film and computer animation.
Z-Axis (Greenwood Village, CO) has produced "History of Animation in Court," a video podcast series that features "some of the most interesting and innovative" applications of computer animation for use in the courtroom.
* Here are some courses a student may need to take to earn a bachelor's degree in computer-game engineering: software engineering, computer programming, computer animation, and computer graphics.
19, features all forms of digital art--digital painting, computer-based illustration, digitally manipulated photography, fractals and algorithmic imagery, digital manipulations of traditionally created art, digital montages and collages, mixed media with digital elements, digital video art and computer animation, CGI (computer generated imagery).
Andrew Frazer, a final year computer animation and games design course student, helped to develop the course.
Instead we are treated to a chronological progression of Hadid paintings, drawings and models spiralling up the Frank Lloyd Wright ramp to terminate, askew, in the orthogonal 1990s addition where computer animation reveals Z-Wave, her unrealised proposal for temporary accretions--parasites perhaps--to seep and stretch across Wright's host balustrades.
In particular, Bovaird hopes to educate local businesses about one of the company's core competencies, computer animation, which is already big business on the Mainland.

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