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Number: 345/955
Name: Computer graphics processing, operator interface processing, and selective visual display systems > Animation processing method > Morphing
Description: Collection of art wherein animated display modifies an image into a different image by a succession of interpolated transformations blended to appear as a continuous metamorphosis.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7999812 Locality based morphing between less and more deformed models in a computer graphics system Aug. 16, 2011
7116341 Information presentation apparatus and method in three-dimensional virtual space and computer program therefor Oct. 3, 2006
6614435 Method of control of playback of motion and program product and game system for same Sep. 2, 2003
6307576 Method for automatically animating lip synchronization and facial expression of animated characters Oct. 23, 2001
6203431 Video game apparatus and memory medium used therefor Mar. 20, 2001
5850229 Apparatus and method for geometric morphing Dec. 15, 1998
5818461 Method and apparatus for creating lifelike digital representations of computer animated objects Oct. 6, 1998
5682520 Array processor for morphological image processing Oct. 28, 1997
4558438 Method and apparatus for dynamically displaying geo-physical information Dec. 10, 1985

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