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P1 & M1 - Explain different types of animation and explain the persistance of visison
A) Explain the different types of animation
• For this task, you should also cover the background of Animation briefly.
o Origins of Animation
persistence of vision
o Pioneers of Animation
Traditional techniques eg Claymation
o Types of animation: eg
o Print screen of class activities and explanations
B) Explain persistence of vision
• You should explain persistence of vision and produce pieces of animation to illustrate this.
• The theory of persistence of vision; the controversy surrounding this theory.
• Add more information on the pioneers of Animation that you described in P1
• Take screen shots
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