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    Chapter 1 Introduction Digital photography is a form of photography that uses cameras containing arrays of electronic photodetectors to capture images focused by a lens, as opposed to an exposure on photographic film. Here images are captured and stored in file for further processing. Digital photography aims to produce an image that gives an illusion of a real environmental image. Inorder to produce an image that provides visual richness and sets the mood of the environment the important…

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    of an image is a projection from a 3D scene onto a 2D plane, during which the depth information is lost. The 3D point corresponding to a specific image point is constrained to be on the line of sight. From a single image, it is very difficult to determine the depth information of various object points in an image. If two or more 2D images are used, then the relative depth point of the image points can be calculated which can be further used to reconstruct the 3D image by projecting the image…

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    3D Animation production workflow In a 3D Animation production workflow, there are three main phases of production. They are: • Pre-Production • Production • Post-Production Pre-Production In the pre-production phase, we do all the planning and preparation for the animation. We need to determine what or how we want our end product to look like. We need to do brainstorming and mind-map down all the ideas. Some of the questions that we need to ask ourselves during this brainstorming session are:…

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    3d Printing Prosthetics

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    without a limb. With 3D Printing becoming an increasingly popular new technology, companies have begun to utilize 3D printing in the medical world. This technology may allow patients to get prosthetics at a much more affordable price. What is 3D Printing? Image result for 3d printing According to 3dhubs.com, 3D printing is an additive…

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    3d Printer Benefits

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    from color laser printers, mono laser printers, ink-jet printers and copiers. One of the institutions that benefits from the 3d printers are schools. 3d printer for school is an innovative machine that can make any printing chore a child's play. They can print speedily, they are precise and they can print out a hefty quantity of documents in no time. Schools are in need of this 3d printing education. They need it to print out all the test papers, reports and documentations on time. Schools…

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    While some companies using conventional process still stay 2D CAD & paper based or working both 3D & 2D system at the same time[ % ], others use 2D Drawings to convert to 3D model as indispensable [ % ]. A few participants only use integrated BIM model covering whole buildings ' life cycle [ % ]. By passing over the different participants in the construction project, where is a gap in…

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    The Complex Definition of Animation Technically Animation means brings life to or act of bringing life to. Not in the context of giving birth, but adding quality or making something more vivid. In the realm of graphic arts animation brings life to an image or object by projecting movement from something that was originally still and adding sound. Almost every form of animation starts with a drawn image or created object that is transformed into an animation. The classic form of animation,…

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    Reflection On A Capstone

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    that the area was zoned for residential meaning we couldn’t build a business there. We ended up moving our location from being on Sunset and South Rainbow to an area by Jones and the I 15. As a result of changing our parcel zoning, we had to adapt the 3D model to the new location, but thankfully Shann and Thomas were experienced enough to quickly make the edits. Stone gathered all the clips we had filmed for the training videos and edited them on Adobe Premiere during his own time out of school…

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    Big 3 Research Paper

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    The Big Three Choosing one of the Big Three for a project can be a very difficult task, but hopefully after reading this you will have a better understanding of when to use which. There are many differences between the Big Three. Firstly, they are all part of Adobe Creative Suite and they are: Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. Photoshop, an iconic program of Adobe Creative Suite, is used most effectively to retouch and crop photos. This program can be used in a variety of ways to…

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    Have you ever wondered where you will end up in the future? Where you want to be, who you want to be, or what you want to do? When I grow up, I want to work at Pixar making the scenes and characters that you see in the animated movies. It’s a long road to get there, but it’s one that I’m willing to take. To create the movies you see in the theaters, Pixar uses Blender (not the one on the kitchen counter), Gimp, and many physical art forms too. Blender is where you create the models, animate…

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