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From:  Stefan Woehrmann
Date:  Tue Dec 5, 2000  1:10 am
Subject:  Re: More on animation


Hi Angus,

I watched your fellow ! When will he meet Lara Croft ?

Isnīt it amazing that different people develop different concepts in order
to express a special idea .

Itīs the same with SW and HamNoSys - or others. Different purposes , no
competition but a different possibility to choose another option ...

I admire people who are able to understand these computertechnology (Iīm
not even able to get my homepage started - ?? ) Writing a programm that
creates something like this , is like magic to me.

On my part itīs the idea which develeops during the process of playing
around with thekeyboard and time and patience. I created almost 200 gifs .
Itīs not difficult to do things like these but I like this combination of SW
and animated gifs. -as kind of eyecatcher- Some people might get
interested to know more about SW - and that is worth it. Some others simply
enjoy the movements - thatīs ok. too.

Thanks for your messages !

Stefan ;-)



----- Original Message -----
From: Angus Grieve-Smith
To:
Sent: Monday, December 04, 2000 8:18 AM
Subject: More on animation


> If you all are interested in sign-language animations, you can try
> my prototype sign synthesizer at
> <http://s-leodm.unm.edu/~grvsmth/signsynth>. You'll need a VRML browser,
> which can be found at <http://sdk.web3d.org/viewers/index.html>.
>
> I'll warn you that takes as much patience as Stefan mustered to be
> able to create anything interesting, but you might enjoy it. I also lost
> the latest version of it, so it's still buggy. Any comments are
> definitely welcome.
>
> --
> -Angus B. Grieve-Smith
> Linguistics Department
> The University of New Mexico
>
>


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4316 Re: More on animation Angus Grieve-Smith Wed  12/6/2000

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