This is my presentation for the 2016-2017 Baupost Seminar. I hope it gets you thinking about some of the most important questions of the year. This is a presentation for the entire community to hear. I hope you all enjoy it.
The whole presentation is actually a video clip of a video presentation I gave two years ago. It’s a very basic but very good demonstration of vertex presentation, a technique that is used for creating animated 3D models. The main idea is that instead of having to create a separate 3D model for each vertex, it’s much easier to just create a single vertex and have it animate.
The vertex presentation technique is used heavily in 3D modeling, but the animation technique is not that commonly used. The main reason is that you can get away with it because you can just use the vertexes as the skeleton for the whole model, meaning you don’t have to use lots of extra meshes or anything. The downside of this technique is that the animations of the model are generally not as good as the vertexes, but they are still good enough.
In this article, I’ll describe how you can use Vertex Presentation to build your own Vertex View. The Vertex View you’ll use is a collection of two mesh-based mesh (vertex) pairs.
The Vertex View is a mesh-based mesh vertex/vertex pair where you can use the vertexes as the skeleton for your model. This technique is basically a way to create a kind of mesh that is both a skeletal mesh and a skeletal animation. You can then get away with using the vertexes as the skeleton for your model, and the skeleton will still be good enough for most animations.
The Vertex View is a great way to create animations for your models, and it allows you to create any mesh in a given file with any number of vertexes. To do this, you simply create a Vertex View with just 2 vertexes and a bone, and use that as the skeletal mesh. Now when you animate your model, you can use those skeletal vertices to do the bone animation as well.
The Vertex Model View also has some cool functionality though, and I’ll talk about this in more detail later on.
The Vertex View has a method called BoneAnimation. It simply creates a new Vertex View with vertices that are all bone-based, and uses theBoneAnimation method to animate them. You can get a better look at the BoneAnimation methods here.
Bone Animation is a method that uses the skeleton from the current view to animate the vertices of one bone. This means that you can use the Vertex Model View with this new vertex animation method, which lets you animate vertices of bone-based objects. You can see how this works in the animated bone mesh here.
You can find more details here about the Vertex Model View, or here about the Bone Model View.