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Presentations text content in the rapid display of a sequence of images

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the rapid display of a sequence of images or model positions in order to create an illusion of movement.

Animation

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Media and content that uses a combination of different forms such as text, audio, still images, animation, video, and interactive content.

Multimedia

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can refer to material objects of use to humanity, such as machines, hardware or utensils, but can also encompass broader themes, including systems, methods of organization, and techniques.

Anything that makes human life easier.

Technology

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Anything that repeats

itself such as shapes, lines, and colors.

Pattern

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the intensity

of a hue

Saturation

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the difference

of colors next to eachother

Contrast

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visual enhancement to

something to make itnoticeable and stand out

Emphasis

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one of a kind

Unique

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A symbol that represents something like a company, team, place, or person.

Logo

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IllustrativeGraphicalFont-based

3 types of logos:

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illustrative

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Graphical

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Font based is also known as typography.

Typography

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the art and technique of arranging type, type design, and modifying type

Typography

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Font Based

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Guide to Creating Professional Quality Logos

Logos

Logo Designs Using Gradient Effects

What Makes a Great Logo Design?

20 Corporate Brand Logo Evolution

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Gradual

blendingof colors

Gradient

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the number

of distinct pixels in each dimension that can be displayed.

Resolution

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The smallest

item of information in an image. Pixels are arranged in a 2-dimensional grid that represented using dots or squares.

Pixel

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Dots per inch

DPI

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PPI

Pixels

per inch

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Million pixels

Megapixel

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Number of dots per

horizontal inch on a standard computer screen

What does 72 mean?

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What is a thumbnail?

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a small version

of a larger image

What is a thumbnail?

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Leonardo Da Vinci

sketchbooks

Where did thumbnail term originate?

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a digital version

softcopy

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a paper version

hardcopy

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Vector vs. Rastor

Shapes vs. Dots

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is defined by geometric primitives (shapes)as opposed to bitmaps

Vector imaging

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data structure in a rectangular

grid of colored pixels viewable via a monitor, paper, or other display medium.

Rastor

imaging

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What vital principle makes

animation work in our brains?

Persistence of Vision

History of Animation

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What 2 optical contraptions

became widely used as toys?

1. Thaumatrope

2. Zoetrope

History of Animation

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What optical contraption was

known as the “Wheel of Life”?

Zoetrope

History of Animation

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What are 2 things Disney is

known for in the history of animation?

1. First to sync sound with animation

2. Mickey Mouse

History of Animation

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What was this film titled?

History of Animation

Gertie

and the Dinosaur

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What year was this film released?

History of Animation

1914

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Principles of Animation

1. Squash and Stretch2. Anticipation3. Staging4. Straight Ahead Action and Pose-to-Pose5. Follow Through and Overlapping Action6. Slow In and Slow Out7. Arcs8. Secondary Action9. Timing10. Exaggeration11. Solid Drawing12. Appeal

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Principles of Animation

1. Squash and Stretch2. Anticipation3. Staging4. Straight Ahead Action and Pose-to-Pose5. Follow Through and Overlapping Action6. Slow In and Slow Out7. Arcs8. Secondary Action9. Timing10. Exaggeration11. Solid Drawing12. Appeal

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