Unit 26: Computer Animation Computer Animation is used for the web, games and other software. 3D graphics are used more and more but only 2D are required for this unit.As with all computer applications you must first identify the need, specific requirements and constraints before building the solution.We plan to use Macromedia Flash as our main development tool but we will also experiment with Blender and other design packages.On completion of this you should:1 Understand the origins and types of animation2 Be able to use software techniques used in animation3 Be able to plan, create and review an animation using digital methods.
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Computer Animation is Unit 26 on an 18 unit 2 year BTEC National Diploma for IT Practitioners (Software Engineering), equivalent to 3 A-Levels, at Derby College, UK. Students progress to university to study Programming, Animation, Developing Computer Games and the more conventional Computer Science and Computing Studies.
This course was entered in the Cool Course Competition 2010.