Both are bachelor degrees but 3D animation degree is specialization in 3D Character animation, 3D rendering, creating 3D models etc.
CGI animation already gives off a 3D look. 3D animation wouldn't be successful without traditional animation.
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There are a good amount of 3D animation films available. The best 3D animation films are "EPIC", "Monsters Vs. Aliens", and the amazing movie "Avatar".
They're types of Animation.
Generally speaking, no. 3D animation is achieved with 3D animation software and scripts. The software may be largely implemented in C++, but that's not the same thing as creating 3D animations.
What you are describing as 'ordinary' is probably 2D, or cartoon animations; i.e. drawings of characters or objects. A 3D animation, on the other hand, involves clay models, or 3D drawings of characters and objects which are then incorporated into an animation.
Try looking into Toon Boom, Synfig, and Flash for 2D animation software. Autodesk 3D Studio Max and Maya are well known for 3D animation.
There are many places where one can take 3D animation lessons. This includes a local community college, or even online via universities that offer 3D animation courses.
2D is two dimensions and 3D is three dimensions. 2D and 3D animation is animation that works in 2D and 3D. Often, 3D is used instead of 2D in order to enhance the perception of quality, even though the 3D is rendered on a 2D visual field. Its a matter of perspective. (Pun intended.)
Photoshop allows you to render a 3D animation as a QuickTime movie?
Matter of preference.
I only know of a few, Hope This Helps! Toontastic 3D PicsArt Animator Animation Desk Animate It Yea that's all the apps I know sorry :
2d animation usually consists of frames being showed rapidly to produce the effect of movement and usually has no reality freatures to it. 3d animation usually consists of movement designed to move under programming and has no frames. 3d animation lets you design figures and save them for later use and you do not draw figures.
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Some major movie studios in the United States that use 3D animation are Pixar, DreamWorks, Walt Disney, Blue Sky, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Vanguard Animation, and Aardman. There are also smaller studios in the U.S.A. and international movie studios that use 3D animation.
There are a few 3D animation software programs that are available in today's market. The most known is LightWave 11.5, 3D Modeling and has some packages that go along with it.
There is a lot involved in creating a 3D animation, including UV mapping, rigging, creating the models, rendering and much more.
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Hard to say but for 2D animation is mostly used Adobe After Effects (but can do simple 3D). For 3D you can choose from e.g. Autodesk 3dsmax, MAYA, Cinema4D etc. You can Google them.
There are lots of animation schools, both physical and online. Computer animation, especially 3D animation, has a great future.
Animation or 3D Modeling.
The only animation you can watch in 3D are the feature films that were created in 3D and released on 3D bluray.