Lecture 17: Intro to Animation (34)

This slide reminded me of a video essay I watched a while ago that talks about computer graphics in film. The essayist claims that an issue with modern visual effects is that, although materials look photorealistic, the movements of objects often seems unrealistic. In particular, the essayist claims that movement often seems too "floaty". Here's a link to the relevant section of the video: https://youtu.be/bL6hp8BKB24?t=229. It's a really good video overall that's relevant to a lot of the stuff we've talked about in class, so I'd recommend watching the whole thing.

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