‘Animation brings your illusion into reality’
Animation is an imitation of real life motion through moving pictures. Still pictures when made to move at certain number of frames per second lead to an illusion of continuous motion. With 3D animation you can achieve high level of detailing. 2D animation is commonly used to fill in gap for 3D motion graphics.
Animation is the process of designing, drawing, making lay outs and preparation of photographic sequences which are integrated in the multimedia and gaming products.
At clusters we offer
B.Sc Animation technology (a 3-year undergraduate program)
If you have completed your 12th standard with at least 35 percent examination scoring, you are eligible to apply for the three years degree programs in clusters.Diploma in Animation technology (one year diploma program)
These programs are designed for students having great interest in media industry with a qualified education of 12th grade from a recognized education board.
Different types of animation
Traditional animation is an animation technique in which each frame is drawn by hand. The technique was the dominant form of animation in cinema until the advent of computer animation.
2D animation focuses on creating characters, storyboards, and backgrounds in two-dimensional environments.
Animating objects that appear in a three-dimensional space is called 3D animation. They can be rotated and moved like real object.
Motion graphics are pieces of animation or digital footage which create the illusion of motion or rotation, and are usually combined with audio for use in multimedia projects
Stop motion is an animated filmmaking technique in which objects are physically manipulated in small increments between individually photographed frames so that they will appear to exhibit independent motion when the series of frames is played back as a slow sequence
Rotoscoping is an animation technique that animators use to trace over motion picture footage, frame by frame, to produce realistic action.