Creating Animations Webinar (Part 1)

WEBINAR

Move A and B anywhere you'd like. Then slider the slider. Then answer the questions that follow.

What happens as slider a moves from a = 0 to a = 1?

What happens as slider a moves from a = 1 to a = 2?

Which transformation(s), if any, could help the segment form as a moves from 0 to 1? Check any/all that apply.

Check all that apply

Move the LARGE POINTS anywhere you want. What happens as slider "a" moves from 0 to 1? How about from 1 to 2?

In this 2nd animation, what happens as slider a moves from a = 0 to a = 1?

In this 2nd animation, what happens as slider a moves from a = 1 to a = 2?

For this 2nd animation, which transformation(s) move both circular sectors? Check any/all that apply.

Check all that apply

Interact with this app for a bit. Move the vertices anywhere you'd like at any time.

For this 3rd animation, which transformation(s) move the circular sectors? Check any/all that apply.

Check all that apply
CLICK HERE for a setup of the triangle. We'll then work together to build the animation!

HERE: An example of an animation with 2 transformations that occur at separate instances.

Suppose the slider above is named a. Suppose minimum value of a = 0. Predict the max value of a.

Describe what you think happens from a = 0 to a = max. Spare no detail! :)

It is also possible to implement two transformations simultaneously! We'll explore more of this in part 2 of this webinar series (on WED JULY 8). See below for some samples.

What does it mean for angles to be complementary? Explore here and make an educated guess!

What do we see illustrated here?