Advanced Animation and Rendering Techniques: Theory and Practice

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ACM Press, 1992 - Computers - 455 pages
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Dealing with state-of-the-art techniques in rendering and animation, this text provides a unique synthesis of advanced techniques not previously available in one coherent source. *A clear account of graphics algorithms in sufficient detail for ease of implementation together with a comprehensive study of the underlying theoretical principles. *Case studies based on work commercially produced for television with code examples in C. *Extensive coverage of advanced animation techniques, particularly soft body animation, articulated structures and a detailed description of scripting techniques. *A colour section in which almost all the images have been produced by the authors using the techniques described in the book.

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Rendering polygonal objects
The theory and practice of lightobject
The theory and practice of parametric

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About the author (1992)

Alan Watt is a lecturer in Computer Science at the University of Sheffield.

Written by Christie Garbe and illustrated by Mark Watt

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