August 20, 2012 (Powerhomebiz.com) Nowadays, people are seeking for creative ways to educate their children. They think if their children will learn better if they are having fun at the same time. In such situation computer animation can play a pivotal role as it can make education and learning more exciting and fun.
Compared to traditional pen and paper, computer animation has the ability to make math learn in a more interesting way as it can make all the numbers and figures more colourful and interactive right on the television or computer screen. Not only maths but, subjects like English, science, history, art, etc. can also be made colourful and interactive via computer animation. With the help of animation, tutor can demonstrate various things that are otherwise very difficult to explain such as how earth and other planet revolve around the sun, scientific and mechanical process, etc. Education with animation has several advantages such as it improves skills and ability, safe education, can catch the attention, increases motivation to learn more and several others.
However, to create animation for various subjects can be a challenging task. It requires particular subject knowledge and ability to use various software applications to create animation on that subject. Imaginar is a firm that possess both the requisites to create animation for education. Established in 2007, they are collective CG (computer graphics) artists that have come together from all over the world to deliver premium quality 3D images and 3D animation. Furthermore, they have delivered complete CG services to the likes of Puma, Nike, Shell, Sony, Budweiser, Honda, Unilever and many more. With their competence on several CG software packages such as Autodesk, 3dsmax, Maya, Softimage, Cinema 4D, Mental Ray, Z-Brush, V-Ray and many more, they are capable of delivering;
A. 2D / 3D animation
B. 2D / 3D motion graphic design
C. 3D modelling and imaging
E. Character and concept design
G. And much more…
For more information, please visit: http://imaginar.co.uk/CMS/Animation.htm