The design of 3D-animation in mobile telephone simulators

Huan Carlos Martin Rodrigez, O. V. Khriptulova

Abstract


As animation and digital technology the opportunities for animators are growing in new directions. One area in which demand is growing rapidly is in the development of mobile applications. Applications, usually just called apps, are software programs that serve a single purpose or a few related purposes. Some apps are designed to be tools (maps, translators, newspapers), some are social (chat, social media), some promote businesses (placing orders, offering promotions) and some are purely for entertainment (games, videos). As ownership of smartphones increases, the demand for new apps is exploding

Keywords


3D-animation; mobile applications; modeling; rendering

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