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  • 1. Isamar Batista Thurain Nyunt Nicole McLeod
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    • Live-action cinematography
    • Graphics
    • Still photography
    • Animation
    • 3D computer animation
    • Typography
    • Common ’s “Go” Music Video
      • Typography and computerized transitions
    • Sheryl Crow ’s “Good is Good”
      • Short film may mix typography, stylized 3D graphics, moving design elements, and video
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    • Metalanguage
      • The new hybrid visual language that currently dominates moving-image culture.
      • Sodium Fox
        • Blend of drawings, paintings, 2D animation, photography, and effects available in software.
      • Murata
        • Creates a pulsating and breathing image that has a distinctly biological feel to it
        • Biologically inspired algorithms and techniques that create animal-like movements in their generative animations and interactives.
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    • Remix culture
      • Movie, Graphic, Music, Fashion, or Even Food
      • Software mash-up
    • Metamedium
      • Not only library of media but also “Interact” with each other
      • “ crossover” logic: particular media techniques continue to be used in relation to their original media, they can also be applied to other media
    • Deep Remixability
      • Remixed today is not only content from different media but also their fundamental techniques, working methods, and ways of representation and expression
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    • Why did the hybrid revolution take place?
    • media design software and its use in production environments.
      • image editing, graphic design, animation, video editing, compositing, special effects, and illustration software
    • In 1990s, software is usually created to fit into already existing production procedures, job roles, and familiar tasks. 1990
    • 1995 hybridization , or deep remixability, of previously separate media techniques and media languages
    • Designer can manipulate it in a variety of ways
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  • 9. In contrast to 20 th century animation, today everything inside the frame continuously changes… Such as visual elements, their transparency, image texture etc.
  • 10. How can the aesthetics of continuity be incorporated on a larger scale for Motion Graphics and Architecture?
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