Basics of 3D animation and simulation

The student acquires knowledge about: pipeline and production phases of animations; basic animation techniques; basic operations (shift, rotation, scaling); animation with transformers; movement along the path, control and constraints of movement; morphing and 3D interpolation of shapes; animating textures, lights and cameras; basics of character animation (hierarchy, controls, bones, skin); basics of animation of technical objects, particle systems, flocks and autonomous agents; basics of simulating dynamic objects (fur and hair, textiles, collisions, soft and solid bodies) and natural phenomena (liquids, gases, fire, plants).

Graphic and Interactive Communication (GIK)

LevelYearSemesterETCS
1364

Hours

LecturesSeminarsPractiseOtherΣ
151530060

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