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Animation (Cinematography)

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Animal Algorithm Animation Tool

Guido Rößling, who works for the Rechnerbetriebsgruppe (Computer Support Center) of the Department of Computer Science at the Darmstadt University of Technology, has created this website about ANIMAL. ANIMAL is a general-purpose animation tool with a current focus on algorithm animation. Posted on this website are the animations, including screenshots, classification and description, a user guide,...
Animate Projects

Based in the United Kingdom, the Animate Projects site is designed to "explore the relationship between art and animation, and the place of animation and its concepts in contemporary art practice." With support from the Arts Council England and Channel 4, they have created this delightful site featuring over 100 films that "explore ideas around animation." On the homepage, visitors can view a...

Animation is making a splash with the recent box office hit, Shrek 2. This Topic in Depth explores how animation works, it's history and the entertaining as well as academic applications of animation. The first website provides a basic overview of digital cinema (1). More information on animation can be found on the second website (2). Digital Media FX provides this history (3 ) of animation. The...
Animation Magazine

This online magazine is all about animation and features regular articles, reviews of films and books, and profiles about people in the industry and tutorials. Articles in the current issue address topics such as "the impact of new technology on performance and the future roles of technology, new and old" and international perspectives on Bridging the Cultural Divide in Digital Entertainment. The...

Founded in 1957 as the Association Internationale Du Film D’Animation (ASIFA), this organization is “devoted to the encouragement and dissemination of film animation as an art and communication form”. Not surprisingly, the ASIFA branch in Hollywood has a particularly keen interest in preserving film animation of all stripes and their website has hosts of compelling information about their work and...
Members of the film industry, critics, and others ask: "What is animation?"

Nose on the Prize, but Which Oscar to Sniff? [Free registration may be required] ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive Animation History Origins of American Animation, 1900-1921 [Real Player, Quick...