The problems of computer-assisted animation

  title={The problems of computer-assisted animation},
  author={Edwin E. Catmull},
In the last few years several systems have been written for aiding in the conventional two-dimensional animation process. The main purpose of these systems has been to let the computer produce missing drawings based on extreme drawings produced by animators. While there has been some success and a great deal of optimism, the promise of higher output and quality using a computer has not been realized. The transition from simple drawings optimized for use on the computer to the complicated and… CONTINUE READING
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