3D printing is the printing of three-dimensional objects made from a model on a computer. The object is created or built up layer by layer. Most 3d printers print using plastic, but there are other 3d printers that use different materials such as ceramics or metals. 3D printing enables you to produce complex (functional) shapes using less material than traditional manufacturing methods.
The video linked above is an example of lossy compression. When a video or image is compressed, it is usually done to make the file size smaller. When compressing a video or image bits of data or information is removed.
This is my animations which I created on a website called Codepen. If you click the link above you may be able to see the animation in action and the codes used to create it. This was a really interesting experience especially since this was the first I have ever animated using code. Everything went as planned and I’m really happy the way it turned out.
I plan on creating something simple and easy for me to do, I’m not really an expert in animation so the idea is to use basic coding to create an animation. The animation I thought would be cool to create would be an eye and the eyeball would be moving side to side looking as though it’s looking around. Now I don’t know if I will be able to create and so if it seems too difficult, I just might create a circle moving side to side instead which is really simple. Hopefully, everything turns out well.
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