Computer-Controlled Animation

In video and motion picture photography, animation technique whereby a computer is used to automatically move the camera or an animation sequence a set amount of space each second (or less). Computer control of the process allows for a greater degree of accuracy and sophistication, not to mention a substantial reduction of labor on the part of the cameraman or animator.

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