Scanimate: The Origins of Computer Motion Graphics

Scanimate: The Origins of Computer Motion Graphics

Scanimate: The Origins of Computer Motion Graphics is an Intermediate level study on 3D + Animation, compiled by an expert, Nick Campbell. This study is an important foundation for anyone who needs to sharpen his/her 3D + Animation skills. It provides you a strong understanding on 3D + Animation, Motion Graphics, Photography, Video, Visual Effects, 3D + Animation, Motion Graphics, Photography, Video and Visual Effects.

Free Download - Scanimate: The Origins of Computer Motion Graphics
Author Nick Campbell
Publish Date 6/29/2016
Skill Intermediate
Duration 17m 23s
Topic 3D + Animation
Video Tutorials 2
Last Update N/A

Digital artists have been trying to replicate the ephemeral quality of graphics from the 70s and 80s for years. But nothing comes close to the real (analog) thing. Get to know the first computer used for motion graphics and animation, Scanimate, and the men who’ve kept the machine alive for the last four decades. In this short documentary, Nick Campbell of Greyscalegorilla talks to Roy Weinstock, one of the original Scanimate animators, and Dave Sieg, the engineer who has kept it running all these years. Find out how this system of “tubes and 2x4s” became the predecessor of many modern motion graphics plugins and controls, and how the unusual collaboration between operators and engineers led to some of the most iconic motion graphics of the 1980s—including spots for Super Bowl VIII, Star Wars, and children’s shows like The Electric Company and Sesame Street.

Scanimate: The Origins of Computer Motion Graphics : Video Lessons

  • Scanimate: The Origins of Computer Motion Graphics - Preview53s
  • Scanimate: The Origins of Computer Motion Graphics - Film16m 30s

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  • Get to know the first computer used for motion graphics and animation, Scanimate, and the men who have kept the machine alive for the last 40 years.

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  • Meet the Engineer Preserving The Last Analog Motion Graphics Machine
  • Engineer Dave Sieg has spent the last 20 years preserving the only working Scanimate, an analog motion graphics machine that was the staple of film/tv ...

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  • Introduction to the Scanimate Part 1
  • A quick overview of the basic animation control panel of the Scanimate analog animation computer. More on the history of Scanimate at scanimate.com.

  • DateTime : 2014-04-27 02:20:51
  • Source : Dave Sieg
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