Production of animation , Computer Graphics

Historical and traditional methods for production of animation 


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Definition: Computer animation is a time depends phenomenon of imparting visual modifications in a scene as per to any time sequence, the visual changes could be incorporated by positional modifications, in object size, transparency, color or surface texture etc.

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