High Level Techniques (Motion Generalized)
These are techniques utilized to explain the general motion behavior of any type of graphic object. Such techniques are algorithms or models utilized to generate motion by using a set of rules or constraints. The animator system the rules of the model or chooses a suitable algorithm and selects boundary values or initial values. The set-up is then set into motion and the motion of the objects are controlled through the algorithm or model. This approach frequently relies on rather sophisticated computation as vector algebra and numerical techniques between the others.
Consequently, the animation idea can be explained as: A time based phenomenon for imparting visual modifies in any scene as per to any time sequence. The visual changes could be included by the Translation of the object or scaling of the object or change in transparency, colour and surface texture.