If you thought your high school math class was the last time you would ever use a mathematical equation, we have good news—math is everywhere in the world. That’s right; not even artists can escape math. People don’t traditionally associate creativity with math, but the two actually go hand in hand. Problem-solving in math requires creative thinking to tackle complex equations. Likewise, it takes strong problem-solving skills to figure out the technicalities of bringing the creative vision in your mind to life.
The latter is especially true with digital art. For example, have you ever thought about the creative skills involved in developing the realistic-looking visual effects of your favorite movie? Visual Effects Supervisors seem to have the magical gift of bringing digital art to life on the big screen. At VeraRosa Higher-Learning Scholarship, we know the secrets of these movie magicians.
Visual Effects Supervisors use geometry to create their 3-dimensional images, vector math to place these 3D images on the screen, and mathematical matrices to move the images around.
Sounds easy, right? One of our goals at VeraRosa Higher-Learning Scholarship is to show young learners that math can be easy! Math is like sports, but you’re exercising your brain instead of your body. The key to “being good at math” is to keep practicing. That’s why it’s important to start the practice routine and develop successful habits at a young age.
Do you have a young and eager learner with aspirations of being a movie magician? Contact us to learn how we can help make this dream a reality.