3D animation applications in descriptive geometry teaching
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The use of digital technology includes an interdisciplinary approach. The focus is on fusion of different media and genres into new forms of artistic expression as well as transcending the boundaries between art and education, the arts and research. Teaching descriptive geometry using animation softwares enables development of the ability of spatial representation, perception and understanding of space. The specific contribution is in the education by working with 3D animation for students of art and engineering field of technical - technological group of students. We emphasize the importance of dealing with design dynamically- generated form. Experimental design (freeform) presented on DVD includes: generating a surface with the two profiles as guidelines, generating free form using lattice deformers and generate free-form by the duplicating along curve tool. The key concept of dynamic geometry is to select the item which is then changed position and simutaneously you can see changes ...in the structure. This ability of movement is fundamentally improvement regard to the drawing on the paper or static CAD models. The movement in animation is captured by sequence of static pictures. If we have the form which changes during the time, we could observe these changes also sequentially. On this way, the form cloud be observed during the morphing in time, and each particular frame could be the base for further development.be observed during the morphing in time, and each particular frame could be the base for further development.
Source:Proceedings. Vol. 2 / 4th International Scientific Conference on Geometry and Graphics moNGeometrija 2014, June 20th - 22nd, 2014 Vlasina, Serbia, 2014, 302-310
- Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture ; Serbian Society for Geometry and Graphics SUGIG, Niš ; Beograd