I will pay for the following article The Impact of Evolving Technologies. The work is to be 1 page with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The Impact of Evolving Technologies English Assignment 8 November CGI and Animations The use of computer-generated imagery (CGI) in movies and film has experienced tremendous improvements over the past few decades. The use of computers to simulate the movement of characters in films has been made smoother and much simpler with the advent of this technology (Sikov, 2013). CGI and animations have improved the way stories are told on film. There is enhanced synchronization of actions and sound unlike in the past where sound tended to come before the actual actions or come after the actions have been performed. Therefore, animations look more realistic. In addition, there is production of high-quality animations thereby improving the standards of animations. The costs of animation film production have been reduced by letting the computer carry out most of the technical aspects that would have otherwise been done by other people. Tasks such as preparation of miniatures and the use of other actors have been eliminated (Wright, 2013).
For example, CGI has greatly contributed to the success of the animation Shrek. For example, the appearance of the diverse characters in the film was enhanced by CGI. The number of characters varied from normal-looking ones to weird-looking characters that are not normally seen in other films. The antics of the donkey have been greatly influenced by computer-generated imagery (Shrek, n.d.). The animation also appears bright and colorful due to the intricate balance of color, light and texture (Scaramozzino, 2010). That has been made possible with CGI. Without the advancement of CGI, such an animation may not have made the impact it did by appealing to large audiences.
.Scaramozzino, M. (2010). Creating a 3D animated CGI Short: The making of the autiton archives fault effect pilot webisode. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.
Shrek. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.rambles.net/shrek_animfilm.html
Sikov, E. (2013). Film Studies: An Introduction. New York: Columbia University Press.
Wright, S. (2013). Digital compositing for film and video. Burlington, MA: Taylor & Francis.