Tag: animation

Computer Animation Compared to Traditional Animation

The differences between computer animation compared to traditional animation boil down to the creation process. Various skill sets are involved to develop traditional animation as opposed to computer animation. However, techniques associated with traditional animation are making their way into computer animation.

Rendering and Animation

Rendering and Animation are the foundation for practically all visual layouts in a Virtual Reality program. In most Virtual Reality and Telepresence settings, the system has some three-or-more-dimensional model of the application domain, whether it is an unreal realm, the inside of a body, the stock market, or molecular modeling.

CGI Animation Is Here To Stay

CGI Animated Films

9 years ago Tim Burton’s The Nightmare before Xmas (Selick, 1993), impressed animators as well as movie critics with its spectacular proficiency of stop-motion animation (cgi animated films). Combined with the Oscar won that year by The Incorrect Trousers (Park, 1993), it might have appeared that stop-motion, for several years a computer animation strategy mainly constrained to tv advertising campaigns (and art-house shorts from Eastern Europe) was at last ending up being a significant rival to traditional (cel) animation.

Why are CGI-animated films so expensive?

CGI-Animated Films:

Why are CGI-animated films so costly?

A regular CGI film a-la Pixar- costs an equivalent amount to a live action movie, hundreds of millions of dollars most likely. Budget on a live action shoot goes on physical areas, sets, props, explosions, stunts, etc. But with a CGI motion picture it’s a different story.

When a lot of individuals think of CGI (computer generated imagery), they conclude of a motion picture with unique effects or flying company logos. But CGI animation, in addition, can be applied to imagine complex concepts that would be complicated to explain in any other way.