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kin·e·mat·ics

(kin'ĕ-mat'iks),
1. In physiology, the science concerned with movements of the parts of the body.
2. In dentistry, see kinematic face-bow.
Synonym(s): cinematics
[G. kinēmatica, things that move]

cinematics

(sĭn″ĕ-măt′ĭks) [Gr. kinema, motion]
The science of motion; kinematics.
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Still, if you happen to nail them the first time, it's not something you'll notice, and instead you'll be treated to a flawless cinematic extravaganza.
Co-founded in 1995 by Tim Miller, Blur has always served a diverse client base, working on everything from features and game cinematics to animated TV spots and titles.
You can build a pharmacy for healing, a theater for watching cinematics, a concert hall for listening to the game's tracks--you name it.
In separate listings covering 67 subjects, Warwick appears in the national top ten for 19 of the 27 subjects it offers, heading the table in three - American studies, communication and media studies, and dance, drama and cinematics.
" In separate listings covering 67 subjects, Warwick appears in the national top ten for 19 of the 27 subjects it ers, heading the table in three (American Studies, Communication and Media Studies, and Dance, Drama and Cinematics).
Williams's notion of homoerotic cinematics within The Wire.
This festival will present a "buffet" of the best feature films; short films; game cinematics' and visual effects highlights that have ever been screened in one location.
Each fight you have is punctuated by in-engine cinematics, taking you on a journey that reboots the narrative from the first three Mortal Kombat games.
Using examples integrated with the Unity game engine, the work covers topics such as game audio workflow, game dialog, working with Foley, sound effects, background sounds, game music and soundtracks, vehicle sounds, and general cinematics. Chapters include step-by-step instructions, color screenshots and task walkthroughs, and an accompanying DVD-ROM provides samples files in for both ProTools and Unity.
Karpe should know this better than most because the Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics ( MAAC), an Aptech subsidiary, is a leader in animation and gaming education.
'We have also invested in a special effects cinematics business called Flintstone,' he said.