The software is widely used to design 3D animation in software and 3D motion capture systems, and is used to build digital 3D models for use in 3D gaming, virtual reality, and other applications.
The open source software has been used to create motion capture software that allows users to manipulate their virtual environment using cameras, track their movements, and create realistic, moving 3D objects.
But while the software has a long history, its developers have struggled to find new uses for it in recent years.
A recent article in the academic journal Computer Graphics and Interactive Arts (CGAA) by James L. Burt, director of the Institute for Computational Imaging at University of California at Irvine, and his colleagues describes the development of a new tool called OpenCV that allows developers to create 3D animations that are easily ported from existing tools.
OpenCV has a number of different tools for creating animations.
One tool is called Animoto, which allows developers a tool to use to create animation effects.
Another is OpenCVMotion, which lets developers create animation that is dynamically scaled and stretched, which is useful when animating 3D scenes.
OpenCVS is the main source of the software, but the team has also developed a second open source animation tool called Meci, which was also used to make motion capture videos.
OpencvMotion, Animoto and Mecisources: CGMAA article The developers say that OpenCV can be used to produce high quality 3D animated 3D images in a number on the order of one to five minutes.
This is not an image that is rendered in a few seconds, but instead takes many hours to produce.
The developers also say that they have been able to generate more realistic, realistic 3D imagery for the same amount of time using the software.
In addition, the team is working on a new version of OpenCV called Animo which is based on the new OpenCV 2.0 library.
However, it’s not clear if these new features will be added to the software in the near future.
OpenMotion was the first 3D animator-friendly software to be released in 2010.
In 2013, the company announced it was going to be acquired by Google.