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Animation

Whether traditional two-dimensional or cutting-edge three-dimensional animation is your preference, the Mac has tools to release your inner Chuck Jones or John Lasseter.

Like video, animation is simply a series of pictures shown rapidly enough to fool the eye into seeing motion. A 2D animation usually involves drawing pictures—lots of them—and then assembling them in the right order. 3D animation, on the other hand, requires digital construction of models (using nurbs and wire frames), then instructing the animation software to move the model around, light it, and so on.


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