Mumbai: Arena Animation has launched an animation studio at Arena’s Sayajigunj centre in Baroda, which offers Arena’s hi end Animation Engineering (DAE) program.
Aptech Ltd.asst. vice president business development Gurtaj Singh Mangat said, "Arena is launching a hi-tech Animation Studio at Baroda with an aim to enable the students of Animation Engineering (DAE) to undergo intensive training in Animation related subjects. The state-of-the-art studio is equipped to train students on the latest Animation & Visual Effects and offer them hands-on training in highly advanced animation technology, equipping them for the ever-evolving & challenging world of multimedia & animation."
The studio will facilitate live projects and intensive industry interaction for the DAE students.
Each studio has hi-end studio facilities such as I-MAC Workstations, 2D Animation Tables, Line Testing Machines, Green Screen Setup with Lighting for Compositing & Visual Effects, DV Cameras, Non Liner Editing Software etc. and the students will be allowed to handle them personally, enabling them to understand the techniques involved in the various stages of Animation & VFX such as pre-production, production and post-production. The students will also get to work on real-time projects involving hi-end animation techniques giving them the professional edge that is needed in the intensely competitive world of animation. Experienced faculty at each centre enables the students to understand & learn the finer nuances of animation.
Designed with inputs from the industry, the DAE offers a unique blend of digital and analog art skills. The program greatly emphasizes on teaching the students to integrate both the processes of 2D as well as 3D, with a focus on skill development, right from ideation to execution.
On completion of this course, students will be able to choose from an array of exciting career options such as 2D animator, 3D animator, computer animation effects specialist, technical directors, technical animators, effects animators, effects developers, graphics programmers, games developers etc.