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Sung Yong Shin – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

Animation of a Blooming Flower Using a Family of Complex Functions M ζ , α ( z ) = exp ( − α ζ + z ζ − z )
Models and Techniques in Computer Animation, 1993CoAuthors: Sung Yong ShinAbstract:Recently, Kim et. al.(1992) addressed the properties of a family of complex functions M ζ, α(z) = exp\(( – \alpha \frac{{\zeta + z}}{{\zeta – z}})\) where α > 0 and ζ = 1. When Newton’s method is applied to solve M ζ,α (z) − 1 = 0, the basins of attraction for its roots show flowerlike selfsimilar structures which vary according to the value of α. From an artistic point of view, we explore those selfsimilar strucures for an Animated Sequence of flower blooming by extending M ζ,α (z) for α ≠ 0.

Animation of a Blooming Flower Using a Family of Complex Functions \( {M_{\zeta ,\alpha }}\left( z \right) = \exp \left( { – \alpha \frac{{\zeta + z}}{{\zeta – z}}} \right) \)
, 1993CoAuthors: Sung Yong ShinAbstract:Recently, Kim et. al.(1992) addressed the properties of a family of complex functions M ζ, α(z) = exp\(( – \alpha \frac{{\zeta + z}}{{\zeta – z}})\) where α > 0 and ζ = 1. When Newton’s method is applied to solve M ζ,α (z) − 1 = 0, the basins of attraction for its roots show flowerlike selfsimilar structures which vary according to the value of α. From an artistic point of view, we explore those selfsimilar strucures for an Animated Sequence of flower blooming by extending M ζ,α (z) for α ≠ 0.
Lloyd P. Rieber – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

Effects of visual grouping strategies of computerAnimated presentations on selective attention in science
Educational Technology Research and Development, 1991CoAuthors: Lloyd P. RieberAbstract:The effects of visual grouping strategies involving Animated and static graphic presentations on selective attention were studied. Also studied was the ability of students to learn a scientific rule presented incidentally in an Animated Sequence. A total of 39 fourthgraders participated in an introductory lesson on Newton’s laws of motion. Two levels of Visual Presentation (Static Graphic, Animated Graphic) were crossed with two levels of Visual Grouping (Grouped, Ungrouped). A withinsubjects factor consisted of two levels of Learning Intent (Intentional, Incidental). Results showed that students given Animated presentations of lesson content outperformed students receiving static presentations, but only when the Animated lesson frames were presented in groups, or “chunks,” of textual and visual Sequences. Results also showed that students were able to successfully extract information pertaining to an application of Newton’s second law incidentally presented in Animated Sequences. These latter results replicate earlier findings.
Deepalakshmi R – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

IMAGE MORPHING USING HYBRID MESHKLT ALGORITHM
International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science, 2018CoAuthors: Deepalakshmi RAbstract:Image morphing provides visual effects in TV and film. Image Morphing springs from the word Metamorphosis. Transition of source image to target is termed as Morphing. This is frequently used in an animation technique that morphs the initial image into the final image. The morphing strategy has 2 stages: Starting point it warps 2 pictures to possess similar form and in later step it cross dissolves ensuing pictures. This paper uses hybrid meshfield warping methodology to make a structure of image morphing of facial animation with low simplicity. An attempt is made in morphing using hybrid meshKLT algorithmic rule combined with Cross Dissolving technique. During morphing method, the program can output N range of pictures. These pictures are used consecutive to develop a brief Animated Sequence.