“Computer Animation at Lawerence Livermore Laboratory” by Levine

  • ©Stephen R. Levine

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    Computer Animation at Lawerence Livermore Laboratory

Session/Category Title:   Current State of the Art in Computer Animation


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    In any discipline where the desired results of expended effort can be pictorial in nature, we find computer graphics. In those particular cases where the results can be displayed as a sequence of pictures so as to give the illusion of motion, we find computer animation. The uses of animation made by any discipline are as varied as the disciplines themselves.

    At the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, we have been producing computer animated films for well over 10 years. These films have been used both as a means to aid researchers with their work and as a means to communicate to others the results of their calculations.


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