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Media Technology with Brian Gravel

Today on the Edge of Innovation, we are talking with Brian Gravel about Media Technology.

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I Hate Parallax Scrolling – Here’s Why You Should Too

Sep 25 2014 By Speider Schneider Posted in IMHO Advertisement Parallax scrolling for websites is the new hotness! Then again, so were glitter unicorns and type for MySpace pages and websites galore. The web moves fast and there’s a difference between a fad and a trend. So, is parallax scrolling a good addition to your website? Here’s a look at the top parallax scrolling websites, their strengths—and weaknesses. Overview If you haven’t seen a parallax scrolling site, it’s basically adding animation to a page where the elements can move independently to give a 2D space a 3D appearance. It’s actually an old animation technique from almost one hundred years ago when different animation cells were placed on different levels of glass and each …

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You Can Grab the Same Software Pixar Used to Make Wall-E For Free Soon

If you’re an aspiring animator, this might be the best news you’ll hear this month: Pixar is giving away – that’s right, giving away – a version of RenderMan, its in-house rendering software. Gratis. No catch. You’ll be able to download the program some time in August. Pixar has used RenderMan, which costs $500 a pop for commercial use, to render some of its best-known animated features like Wall-E, Up and Toy Story, so this is a really, really big deal. It’s just one part of a larger software suite that goes into a Pixar blockbuster – it’s not an animation program, and you’ll definitely need one of those – but it’s remarkably capable. And it’s free. Simply fill up a registration form, download the program when …

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You Can Grab the Same Software Pixar Used to Make Wall-E For Free Soon

Magic.css: CSS3 Animations on Steroids

May 21 2014 By Ioanni Mitsakis Posted in CSS3 Advertisement

It is almost a year ago, that Christian Pucci from Italy introduced his stylesheet-project Magic.css. Magic.css lets you build CSS3 animations with special effects. Last year, Christian, better known as miniMac, had only a handful of effects to show. Up until today, this number has grown to 55. All the effects come in a single stylesheet, prefixed for all modern browsers. Magic.css is published under the terms of the MIT license, and can be used freely. Magic.css: Lots of Motion on Your Website CSS3 animations are coming, but not really there yet. Only a few days ago, we introduced you to a comprehensive beginners’ pocket guide to CSS3 animations. Consider reading it, if you want …

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Magic.css: CSS3 Animations on Steroids

How to create animated GIFs for UI design presentations: Part 1 | Design and conquer

Weather app animated GIF You may have seen really cool animated GIFs that design professionals are using to present UI design on Behance, Dribble and other design communities platforms and wondered how did they created them. What is fast becoming one of the best ways of illustrating gestures and animations in mobile apps, animated GIFs offer a little more over traditional storyboards and static screenshots. In Part 1 of the series, I show how to create the animated GIF above. The second part will explain how to export your files properly and optimize into a GIF. Download of project file is also available. Key aspects of these animated GIFs are Showcase of actual work flows Convey the beautiful transitions between different app states Small size that can be…

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