Low level techniques (motion specific), Computer Graphics

Low level techniques (motion specific)

Techniques utilized to fully control the motion of any graphic object in any type of animation scene, these techniques are also considered as motion exact techniques since we can identify the motion of any graphic object in scene, techniques as interpolation, and approximation or so on, are utilized in motion specification of any of graphic object. Low level techniques are used when animator generally has a fairly specific idea of the precise motion as he or she needs.

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