Computer animated sequences in documentaries appear more and more. We are used to the documentary genre that we can believe what we see. But how is that behaving with images which are created by a computer? Can we trust the creators of the documentaries that all we see is researched well? Or has the documentary genre changed to a simply entertaining format. What should a 3D animation in a documentary look like and which rules in designing these should be followed? – If there are any. More often we can see animated creatures in real environment up from atomic size until dinosaurs or watch sports events on big which are documented on big screens in real time. This paper deals with the question of which different types of animation can be seen in documentaries and what specific attributes are important for its specific genre. Also some basic design principles and physical restrictions are considered.
Details Animations in documentaries: scientific or entertaining?
|Title||Animations in documentaries: scientific or entertaining?|
|Release Date||8th Nov 2014|