Leslie Chavez

Anti-Aliasing in Pixel-Based Animation is a systematic study of optical correction via color and anti-aliasing. The investigation looks at anti-aliasing, the technique used to make jagged diagonal edges appear smoother, in relationship to the RGB color model of digital space. The eleven films that compose the study are programmatically randomized in the sequence and length. The videos can be played at ten different speeds and in any order, meaning that no two screenings of the film are alike. anti-alias.chavezleslie.com