Twoville serves two purposes:
To support the second of these, I have been using time blocks to define geometric properties at particular keyframes, and then letting the animation system interpolate between the keyframes. Like this:
Here we pin the
center of the circle at two keyframes: as we leave time 0 and as we approach time 200.
Keyframe animation is only one approach to animation, however. Sometimes we want more control than interpolation can give us. For this reason, I have added support for raw time expressions. One can reference
t directly in expressions to produce a time-sensitive property:
The circle follows a Lissajous curve, whose constant changing curvature evades description by keyframes.