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animation

a. the techniques used in the production of animated cartoons
b. a variant of animated cartoon

animation

(graphics)
The creation of artificial moving images.

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animation

Moving diagrams or cartoons that are made up of a sequence of images displayed one after the other. Animations are created for entertainment, ad banners as well as instructional sequences. The two most popular animation formats on the Web are animated GIFs and Flash. See animated GIF and Flash.
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Reilly had a great time recording the voices for Disney's new animated movie Wreck-It Ralph.
Expecting a similar return, Walt Disney Studios has announced that it will reformat four of its classic animated movies in 3D over the next two years.
A 37-YEAR-OLD cartoon made without celebrity voices or computer- generated graphics has been voted the best animated movie of all time.
Blockbuster Entertainment marketing director Sarah Baxter said: "The technology behind animated movies is becoming more and more sophisticated, but the classics will always be popular.
Film fans voted for their favourite animated movies in an online survey.
Blockbuster Entertainment marketing director Sarah Baxter said, 'The technology behind animated movies is becoming more and more sophisticated as the amazing graphics in Finding Nemo show, but the classics will always be popular.
LOS ANGELES -- Your child's drawings can now come to life, as Kabillion, the new multi-platform kids' program service, has partnered with Little Director, creators of a new interactive animation technology allowing kids to create real animated movies from their drawings.
It's quite a challenge when most animated movies have fast-paced, wall-to-wall dialogue and ours features a silent, plasticine dog,'' Park says, chuckling.
GeeGuides used Flash throughout geeART16's animated movies, interactivities, challenges and more.
The appraiser said it was probably made for one of the 1930s animated movies about then-famous comedic acts.
But DreamWorks animation honcho Jeffrey Katzenberg should remember how his old company, Disney, ran the musical theater concept into the ground with its animated movies.