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by Paul Singer,Stephen Wershing
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Presents the basics of computer-generated imagery, provides a brief history of the growth of computer graphics, and presents some ideas on how to effectively plan for and execute computer graphics segments
Presents the basics of computer-generated imagery, provides a brief history of the growth of computer graphics, and presents some ideas on how to effectively plan for and execute computer graphics segments.
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Computer Graphics and Animation for Corporate Video Authors: Stephen Wershing and Paul Singer. Creating 3-D Animation: The Aardman Book of Filmmaking Author: Peter Lord, Brian Sibley, Aardman Animations. 3D Starter Kit Author: Sean Wagstaff. Animation 101 Author: Ernest Pintoff. Getting Started With 3D Author: Janet Ashford, John Odam, Victor Gavenda. Advanced Animation and Rendering Techniques Authors: Alan H. Watt and Mark Watt.
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Pixar's first foray into computer graphics was a simple hand. These days we take CGI for granted, with almost every modern movie and video game full of spectacular effects and animation. Now footage has been discovered that shows where it all began. Archive film showing possibly the first example of digital rendering, made by Pixar co-founders Ed Catmull and Fred Parke in 1972, was stumbled upon by the son of Robert B Ingebretsen, who also set up the world-famous .
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Publisher: Focal Press; 1 edition (January 15, 1988)
Pages: 140 pages