Designed as an educational reference for graduate and upper-level undergraduate students, this site confers information about computer animation techniques. The site's author, Dr. Richard Parent, Associate Professor of Computer and Information Science at the Ohio State University, gives a thorough overview with topics ranging from the history of computer animation to hardware and software requirements to kinematics algorithms. He also provides an extensive reference list. Clearly written and accompanied by appropriate formulae and diagrams, this is a good Web resource for computer scientists.
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