Use of 3D Computer Animation Technology in TV Program Production

Yagang GUO

Abstract


With the development of society and people’s aesthetic improvement, people’s requirements for quality and style of television programs are also increasing. In order to increase the attractiveness and   the power of television programs, three-dimensional computer animation technology is integrated into the TV shows. With the rapid development of computer technology, the computer hardware and software level have been constantly upgraded. Thus three-dimensional computer animation capability has also been increased, which can making TV programs very vivid and realistic .This paper will center on the origin and role of three-dimensional computer animation techniques in television programs and prospect in filming TV programs.

Keywords


Computer; 3D animation technology; Television programs; Use

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4686

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