We offer computer animation and modelling to present data and ideas, illustrate complicated processes or for presentation quality graphics and artwork.
Computer animation is a general term for a kind of visual digital display technology that simulates moving objects on-screen. The simplest and earliest forms of computer animation simply moved objects around on a screen in what's called two-dimensional computer graphics animation. These kinds of technology are still common, for example, in animated GIF files. Early 64-bit computer systems could achieve these kinds of animation, which gradually developed into more sophisticated forms where pre-drawn images were juxtaposed on moving backgrounds to simulate an elaborate animation reel.
Today's computer animation, also called computer-generated imagery (CGI) animation, uses three-dimensional methods involving digitally produced pieces placed onto a conceptual "skeleton" or other framework. CGI may refer to static or animated content, whereas computer animation specifically refers to displays of objects in motion.
Extensible 3-D (X3D) graphics is the open international standard for 3D graphics on the Internet. Sophisticated and simple 3D models can be built using X3D. It has the ability to display objects from various viewpoints, which allows user interaction and insight.