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3D animation is when computer generated objects appear to move through three dimensional space. In 3D animation, objects can be moved and rotated following the same principles as in real life. Computer animation makes use of 3D computer graphics to create a two dimensional moving picture that depicts three dimensions
What is 3D animation?
Animation is when images of figures are manipulated to appear to the human eye as though they are moving. With 3D animation, all of the images are created using computer graphics. 3D animation is when computer generated objects appear to move through three dimensional space. In 3D animation, objects can be moved and rotated following the same principles as in real life. Computer animation makes use of 3D computer graphics to create a two dimensional moving picture that depicts three dimensions. 3D animation is used in industries as diverse as gaming and medicine, and they are commonly used for presentations and marketing across all industries. To understand 3D animation, let’s take a closer look at what it is, where it comes from and what it is used for
How Is 3D Animation Different
from 2D Animation?
It’s easy to intuitively spot the difference between 2D and 3D animations in the final product. In terms of movies, Cinderella and the Little Mermaid are two examples of 2D animation, while Minions and Frozen are examples of 3D animation. But let’s break down this difference a little further. In 2D animation, all of the images and actions are flat, occurring over an x and y axes. 3D animation adds in the appearance of depth and other 3D features so that actions and objects can move along the third z-axis as well.
How does 3D animation work?
There are two types of computer graphics: raster graphics, where each pixel is separately defined (as in a
digital photograph), and vector graphics, where mathematical formulas are used to draw lines and shapes, which are then interpreted at
the viewer's end to produce the graphic.
At it’s most basic form, animation is an illusion, a trick of the eye, allowing us to see movement in a rapid succession of images. In order to trick the eye, the frames should move at a minimum of 12 frames a second, although there are instances where even slower speeds are used for effect.
However, for 3D animation to appear as though movement is naturally occurring in three dimensional space, a much faster speed of frames per second is required, 24 at a minimum, with no still frames in between
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