Low level techniques or motion specific, Computer Graphics

Low Level Techniques or Motion Specific

These techniques are utilized to control the motion of any graphic element in any animation scene completely. These techniques are also termed as motion exact techniques since we can specify the motion of any graphic object in the scene. Techniques as interpolation and approximation are utilized in motion specification of any graphic object. Low level techniques are utilized while animator generally has a fairly exact idea of the exact motion that he or she wants.

 

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