Another Milestone: 20 Million Downloads Worldwide

App Downloads

You probably think that the North American and European markets still hold a significant lead in the market for mobile Apps. Well, the gap between the West and East is closing up quickly. While North Americans and Europeans still account for approximately 50% of App Store downloads, since 2012 downloads in the Asia Pacific region have witnessed a dramatic increase, with downloads from Taiwan, China, and Japan doubling from the previous year, and growing to occupy 20% of total App Store downloads. The remaining 30% of downloads are split between Africa, the Middle East, India, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

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Recap of iAniMagic2013

We are excited to announce the winners of the third annual iAniMagic competition! The iAniMagic competition allows users to create animated pieces using the app Animation Desk. In the past two years, the competition has drawn much attention from both amateur and professional animators. Riding on the expectation, we once again received a wide variety of brilliant animations from participants around the world this year.

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Rotoscoping In Animation: The Secret Weapon Of Animators

Have you ever watched an animated movie and wondered how the characters move so realistically? The answer lies in a technique called rotoscoping.

Rotoscoping is a method used in animation and filmmaking to trace live-action footage frame by frame. It has been used for over a century to create mesmerizing animations that blur the line between reality and imagination.

Rotoscoping is a complex technique that requires skill and patience. It is used to create stunning visual effects and realistic movements in animation and film. In this article, we will explore the history, process, and applications of rotoscoping, and how it has revolutionized the world of animation and filmmaking.

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