Using vi Based on the visual dimensionality, video and animation can be further divided into the 2D and 3D categories.
Flat, two-dimensional pictures that appear to move in a two-dimensional space are used to generate media known as 2D animation or video. Traditional hand-drawn animation, computer animation, and motion graphics are a few examples of 2D animation. In movies, TV shows, explainer videos, and other types of digital media, 2D animation is frequently employed. A 3D animation or movie, on the other hand, is a kind of media that uses three-dimensional objects that give the impression of moving about in three dimensions. Computer-generated imagery (CGI), 3D modelling, and visual effects in movies and video games are a few examples of 3D animation. In fields including gaming, architecture, product design, cinema and television, 3D animation is frequently employed.
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