Tag Archives: motion

The Not So Passive Observer

In a recent post about the design principle of motion I promised that I would present more examples. Today let’s look at viewer activated motion. In these works the artist invites the viewer to become a co-author of the work. … Continue reading

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The Language of Motion

It all started with a bet. Leland Stanford, who went on to found Stanford University, bet that when a horse gallops there is a moment when all four hooves leave the ground. At the time this was nearly impossible to … Continue reading

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Design Exercise: Flip Book Animation

Last week I talked about early animation techniques. So here is your chance to try one of these forms of animation while also exploring some of the design concepts covered in Design: A Beginner’s Handbook. A flip book may seem … Continue reading

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