Learn More About 3D Animation

The animation is a technique that displays sequential images in such a way that the viewer feels the illusion of motion in the image displayed. In general, the illusion of movement is a change that is detected visually by the eyes of the audience so that it does not have to be a change in position as the meaning of the term ‘movement’. Changes such as changes in color can be said to be an animation on paper. The development of technology and computers make 3D animation making techniques increasingly developing and advancing rapidly. 3D animation is the development of 2D animation. With 3D animation, the characters shown are increasingly alive and real, approaching their original human form.

3-dimensional animation as a whole is done using computer assistance. Through the movement menu in a computer program, the whole object can be shown in 3 dimensions. 3D modeling is classified into two types namely Hardsurface and Organic. Hardsurface objects are all things made by humans, such as tables, buildings, machines, robots, and others. while the Organic object is something that is naturally available in, for example, humans, animals, mountains, clouds, and even light. 3D animation software consists of, Maya 3D, Blender, Maxon Cinema 4D, Studio Max, SoftImage, LightWave, Motion Builder, Poser, Infini-D, Carrara, etc. Although the features or menus therein are quite complex and complicated, 3D animation requires a relatively simple process compared to 2D, because all processes can be directly done in one computer software.

By using 3D imaging technology, virtual meetings and presentations will have a much more interesting and immersive, immersive experience. Applications that use depth-reader technology can “take” individuals from their environment, then move them to virtual meetings with their peers, or even be placed in virtual spaces with data objects, presentations or anything else we can manipulate and display. This is basically the same as what we do with green screen digital effects, only without using a green screen. This immersive meeting will facilitate various types of businesses to be able to interact directly with their customers or colleagues, including to present data, images, and videos that usually only occur when face to face. This kind of experience will be the core capability for all online collaboration services.

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