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Computer Graphics Page 1 Animation Animation: any change that has a visual effect. Motion Dynamics : movements (geometry change) Update Dynamics : attribute change (color, texture, …) Others : camera position, lighting, rendering techniques, … 1. key-frame animation: Key frames Inbetweening Interpolations: Lerping (linear interpolation), parabola interpolation Key-frames Lerping parabola interpolation Implementation using an animation language: Programmers provide a set of key time- position values. The language does the inbetweening (interpolation). 02/23/11
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Computer Graphics Page 2 Example: Key-time: [0.0, 0.5, 1.0] Key-position: [(0,0,0), (5,20,0),(10,0,0)] 1.2 Neighborhood skeletons : use a skeleton to define interpolated shapes, usually done by animation tools with sketching capability. LUT animation: look up table animation: cycle the colors in the lut. 02/23/11
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Computer Graphics Page 3 Figure 21.4 21.2 Animation Languages : Linear list notations e.g.: 42,53,B ROTATE “PALM”,1,30
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2011 for the course CS 575 taught by Professor Dr.sridhar during the Winter '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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