Digital Animation: Repercussions of New Media on Traditional Animation Concepts

@inproceedings{Luz2010DigitalAR,
  title={Digital Animation: Repercussions of New Media on Traditional Animation Concepts},
  author={Filipe Costa Luz},
  booktitle={Edutainment},
  year={2010}
}
The introduction of digital techniques in film production has revolutionized an entire technical universe and suggests new aesthetics where the image is overlapping the traditional story that is told. A new culture is based upon an emerging phenomenon driven by the dissolution of the boundaries between film captured by a video camera (live action footage) and computergenerated images (CGI), to the point of Manovich suggesting that film is a subgenre of animation.In this work we seek to… CONTINUE READING

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