“Two-Dimensional Computer Animation” by Levoy, Odgers, Wallace, Smith, Catmull, et al. …

  • ©Marc Levoy, Christopher R. Odgers, Bruce A. Wallace, Alvy Ray Smith, Edwin (Ed) Catmull, Rodney Stock, and Duane M. Palyka

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Entry Number: 09

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    Two-Dimensional Computer Animation

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    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    This tutorial is introductory in nature and is aimed at professionals in either the graphics or animation industries, and is highly recommended for professionals considering the installation of animation systems. Some familiarity with raster graphics is desirable but not strictly necessary.

    ABSTRACT

    This tutorial covers the application of digital computer graphics to the automation and enhancement of two- dimensional animation, particularly cartoon animation of the type found in most large American production studios. Topics will include painting programs, video scanning, automatic inbetweening, video and film recording, special effects, and hardware problems typically encountered in the design and implementation of computer animation systems. Attention will be given to the artist/user interface and its effect on the design of interactive animation programs.


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    Maxine Brown

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    In the collection of Maxine Brown

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