Ryan Doyle: Interactive Animation

There are 5 interactions in my animation

  1. Clicking the computer causes a face to appear on it and yawn.
  2. Clicking the coffee cup causes a frog to jump out of it.
  3. Clicking the laundry bag causes fireworks to shoot out of it.
  4. Clicking the lockbox causes blue liquid to ooze out of it.
  5. Clicking the Rubik’s Cube causes it to scramble itself.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Sylvia Lin says:

    The laptop screen’s animation is so smooth and seamless. I also really like the Rubik’s cube idea.

  2. Tom Towadros says:

    One thing that I’m glad I found out is that there is a “Preserve Aspect” attribute for displaying images and videos in Jitter that allows you to show the actual dimensions of a picture instead of always having a square. Aside from that, be careful of your audio clipping. Not sure if it was intentional or not, but it not very pleasant to hear.

  3. Joy Tartaglia says:

    You have some neat animations. I particularly like the fireworks and the Rubik’s Cube. The former was a nice surprise, and the latter was expected but was satisfying because of it. Some of the sounds are a bit grating to listen to through headphones, though. Specifically, the face on the laptop, the Rubik’s Cube, and the fireworks have sharp, cutting tones. Besides that, you had some good ideas for animations.

  4. Jeremy Trilling says:

    The integration of animation with the shapes you have in frame are awesome! having the screen light up even with difficult perspective angles is very nice.

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