Basics of animation - computer animation, Computer Graphics

Basics of Animation - Computer animation

Historical and traditional methods for production of animation:

As we have studied the transformations linked in computer graphics although you might not have noticed that time that all transformations are associated to space and not to time. Now, lays the fundamental difference between graphics and Animation. The dissimilarity is that animation puts into graphics, the dimension of time that vastly raises the amount of information to be transmitted, therefore some methods are utilized to handle this huge information and such methods are termed as animation methods the figure 1 provides a broad explanation of methods of animation.

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Figure: Methods of animation

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