Recording of Animation Creation: "The Art of Digital Movement"
This is a recording of a live-streamed event that took place on Thursday, December 16, 2021.
Appropriate for middle school students and up.
Join Emmy Award–winning Visual Effects Supervisor Beau Janzen for an exploration behind the scenes of computer graphics and the math used to create the stunning visual art in movies and games. Each session in this engaging three-part series will highlight a different aspect of the art of digital creation and will feature work from Janzen's career in feature films and television.
This session is appropriate for middle school students and above; participants should have a basic understanding of geometry and simple algebra.
Explore how digital animators create motion — from graceful dancing to complex moving machinery — by harnessing the principles of graphing and geometry.
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