When words and static graphics aren't enough to illustrate complicated concepts, topics, or timelines, animation and 3D modeling can help. CIRT offers several types of animation, including:
- Time-lapse recording
- Traditional (2D) Animation
- 3D animation
- Stereoscopic Animation
Due to the time intensive nature of animation, CIRT will request a consultation meeting with faculty to determine the needs, scope and timeline of the project.
Conference presentations are a vital part of research for Faculty. To support this, CIRT offers large format, conference poster design, printing and additional finishing like lamination and mounting to folding foam-core panels.
Faculty Conference Posters
There is no charge for faculty conference posters in most circumstances. We ask for two to three weeks of lead-time for posters requiring design and layout. For posters that only require printing we ask for a one-week lead-time and that the poster be print ready when submitted. A charge may be assessed for conference posters that require re-prints due to typo's, changes or damage.
Faculty may submit many different formats for conference poster design. Typically, faculty will provide their condensed research in a Word document with supporting graphs and images. Image files can be submitted in any standard format (bmp, jpg, gif, tif, etc.). CIRT does not accept Publisher documents.
The current price list can be found here (link to PDF)
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Digital illustration is offered to faculty to assist with the development of visual aids for the further and deeper explanation of concepts and data for instruction, research and grant support. CIRT's digital illustrations have been used for publications, conference posters and use in learning environments.
3D Modeling is similar in purpose to digital illustration, but ads dimension and interactivity. CIRT can deliver 3D models in static image formats or interactive models for delivery via the web.
Digital illustration and 3D modeling projects require significant resources and time management, all DI/3D projects require consultation with faculty and staff to help determine the and define project scope and acceptable timelines.