Physics in Animation
This camp is for your little one to explore the basics behind how images move in a film and understand how traditional methods animation evolved to computer animation we know now. Realworks studios and Mango Education join hands to offer programs on animation
Why should you choose this camp? How do we drive the curriculum? What would your kid learn from this camp?
Curriculum and learning process
- 2D Animation
- Understanding the need and meaning of animation with a historical perspective.
- Understand the process of animating with basic tools.
- Understand concepts like persistence of vision, the importance of knowing scientific laws and more.
- Euclidean geometry
DIY activities and demonstration
- Geometry activity
- Optical illusion demos
- Stop motion animation activity
- Story telling activity
- Build a 30 sec animation
- Flipbook creation
- Flipcard making
Camp particulars, and other details
Apr 7 to 8
10 am - 4 pm
May 12 to 13
10 am - 4 pm
Early bird booking
On-spot or later
Why learn this course?
Animation sequences have a come a long way since the Palaeolithic age. Today, humans use animations not only in entertainment, but also in other fields like edutainment, engineering and architectural designs, conceptual prototyping, and more to communicate a visual idea. To make a virtual world realistic and seamless, they should obey the same laws of physics as our world does. So how do animators bridge the gap between real world and the simulated world? How physics and math work hand in hand to create a sense of simulated perception of reality? Physics in Animation camp explores these fundamental core ideas of animation and take your kid in a journey through the world of animation, storytelling, along with practical experimentation with stop-motion animation activity and more.
Animation can explain whatever the mind of man can conceive
- Walt Disney
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