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Computer animation

by Marcovitz, Hal.

Format: Print Book 2008
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies
Available (2)
Location Collection Call #
Clairton Public Library Young Adult Non-Fiction YA 006.6 M321
Location  Clairton Public Library
 
Collection  Young Adult Non-Fiction
 
Call Number  YA 006.6 M321
 
 
Shaler North Hills Library Juvenile Non-Fiction j 006.696 M
Location  Shaler North Hills Library
 
Collection  Juvenile Non-Fiction
 
Call Number  j 006.696 M
 
 
Summary
Once used for just very special effects, computer animation now leads the film industry as a trusted technique, with full-length features wowing audiences of children and adults alike. Effects that would normally take thousands of hours by hand illustration are refined and sped up exponentially by computers. This colorful book surveys the history of computer animation, examines whether it is art or science, and provides a fun look into what its future is.
Contents
Introduction: why use a computer?
The computer takes over
Games: computer animation comes home
Is it art or science?
Animating people
The future of computer animation.

Additional Information
Series Eye on art.
Subjects Computer animation -- Juvenile literature.
Cinematography -- Special effects -- Juvenile literature.
Digital cinematography -- Juvenile literature.
Computer animation.
Cinematography -- Special effects.
Digital cinematography.
Publisher Detroit [Mich.] :Lucent Books,2008
Language English
Description 104 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 92-97) and index.
ISBN 142050004X (hardcover)
9781420500042 (hardcover)
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