equivalent to morphing is the segue.
The dimensions of a typical computer screen
are approximately 800 by 600 squares, or pixels. Each
of these almost one-half million pixels may display one
of thousands of different colors and shades.
in the morphing of a full-screen image can be completed
in less than 0.1 seconds.
To create the movie
Toy Story II, animators at Pixar Studios
drew about 4000 key storyboard
sketches by hand. To create frames for these
key sketches, they used computers to manipulate elements
on the screen. After that, they
relied on software to fill screens using variations of
a style of painting known as pointillism, painters
apply dots of paint to the canvas to create images. The
French artist Georges Seurat
(18591891) is perhaps the best-known
artist who used this style.
Time Magazine in the fall of 1993
published an article entitled The
New Face of America: How Immigrants
Are Shaping the Worlds First Multicultural Society.
The cover of that issue featured
a morphed image of a woman using various racial
and ethnic features over the caption The
New Face of America.
At a typical movie theater, viewers
are shown 24 different frames (or images) per