2animation comes from the Latin
word „Anima‟ which means soul.
So put insimple terms, it is the job of an animator to give his character a soul. Often,animation is used for entertainment purposes. It is the persistence of vision isoften projected as the reason the eyes can be fooled into seeing continuousmovement that isn't really happening. Basically, the brain and the eyes cooperate,storing images for a mere fraction of a second. Minor jumps or blips areautomatically smoothed out by the brain. Since animation frames are shot at veryfast rates, most individuals see the movement without stoppages.2D Cartoon animation is often considered to be animation in its classic form. Theanimated cartoon made its debut in the early part of the 20th century and calls forthe use of 24 different drawings per second. In traditional animated cartoons,frames are hand drawn.Animation is both time-consuming and costly to produce. For this reason, most of the animation made for television and film is produced by professorial studios.However, there are also many independent studios. In fact, there are manyresources, such as lower-cost animation programs and distribution networks, thatmake the work of the independent animator much easier than it was in the past.
Usages of animation
Animation has many practical applications which include:
Gaming - Online interactive game, PC games, Mobile Games, XBOX,play station, Nintendo, stimulation games etc