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  • 1. Applications of Advanced Graphics  Animation  Digital Image processing  Morphing  Fractals  Ray Tracing
  • 2. Animation Art of creating moving images Widely used in education, training, entertainment, advertising. Formal definition of computer animation is ” generation of time sequence of visually changing objects in their shapes, colour, orientation, translation, rotation etc.”
  • 3.  Computer animation is divided into two broad processes.  To design and creation of animation sequence  To display animation sequence In general ,an animation sequence is designed with the following steps: 1.Storyboard Layout 2.Object Definitions 3.Key-frame specifications 4.Generations of in-between frames
  • 4.  The storyboard is an outline of the action. An object definition is given for each participant in the action. A key frame is a detailed drawing of the scene at a certain time in the animation sequence. In-betweens are the intermediate frames. Approximately 1500 frames are needed for a clip of one minute of film.
  • 5.  In practice, the animation is created by three traditional ways.  Key frame system- key frame is defined  Parameterized system- parameter may be degree of freedom, motion path - motion path can be linear or non-linear or random linear- car on a straight road non-linear- motion of a cricket ball random- flying butterfly  Scripting system – user writes some functions to control animation.
  • 6. Methods to define motion Direct motion specification - clock Goal specified motion – cricket ball Kinematics motion specification- motion can be specified by position, velocity, acceleration
  • 7. Morphing
  • 8. Digital Image Processing It is composed of finite number of elements. Each of these elements consists of location information and pixel details. The digital images may be fun images, medical images, biometric images, satellite images etc.
  • 9.  Sometimes they contain some noise or some clarity is needed. For doing this, some process is performed on the images, which is known as Digital Image. Processing. The main objectives of digital image processing are: 1) To improve pictorial information 2) To analyze pictorial information 3) To optimize image storage for efficient representation and transmission.
  • 10. Image processing is divided intothree major categories1) Image compression2) Image enhancement and restoration3) Image extraction
  • 11. 1) Image compression  Size of digital image is very large  Difficult to transmit due to large size  For example, animation series or video.  For this reason, we need to reduce the size of the image- it is known as image compression
  • 12. 2) Image enhancement andrestoration In this method, the images are processed for data error detection, removal of noise and distortion occurs while scanning the picture or recording the scene It is used to restore the original scene in the form of image.
  • 13.  There are two types of noises that can be present in an image. 1) Random 2) Non-random Some vital information regarding random pixels is missing as may happen during scanning of a picture is known as random noise. When some strips or lines disturb the image, it is known as non-random type of noise.
  • 14. In the noise removal, filteringtechniques are used.  Linear Filter  Multidimensional filter  Median filter  Laplacian filter  Gaussian filter  Mean filter  Kuwahara filter  Sigma filter
  • 15.  Other image enhancement tasks are colour and brightness adjustment etc. Ex. Black and white image Negative image Image with glowing edge Blurred image Image with different background
  • 16. Image Extraction  Classify the image into various parts.  Segmentation and clustering are the methods to analyze a picture by the classification.
  • 17. Applications of digital imageprocessing Medical science Entertainment Remote sensing Robotics Biometrics
  • 18. Fractals The objects which are neither 2-dimensional or 3- dimensional. They are in some fractional dimensions like 1.5 and so on. Ex. Clouds, curve, trees, mountains etc.
  • 19. Fractals are divided into threegroups 1) Exact self-similar fractals  Exactly identical at different scales 2) Quasi self-similar fractals  Nearly identical at different scales 3) Statistical self-similar fractals  Have numerical or statistical measures across the scale.
  • 20. Ray tracing Finds the colour information of each and every pixel in the scene by tracing a ray of light that is reflected back to the viewer’s eye from the pixel position.
  • 21. Ray tracing

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