A Theorem Animation Studios — the studio behind Dhira, the biggest pan India Motion Capture (MoCap) film — conducted an advanced animation workshop for hearing and speech impaired students at the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal, on Monday. The workshop was mainly aimed at igniting students’ interest in animation by raising awareness of animation and teaching people about the various career options available in this industry.
NITW director Prof N V Ramana Rao lauded A Theorem’s efforts in putting together the event and assured students that everything is possible if they are determined to grab opportunities.
Prof Shivasharma boosted the morale of all the students with inspiring words and supported A Theorem to conduct similar events. The principals of Sri Venkateshwara School and Mallikamba Schools thanked A Theorem and NITW for fuelling and nurturing young talents.
NIT Registrar S Goverdhan urged A Theorem to develop more advanced courses and promised students that NITW would provide assistance and advice.
A Theorem CEO Arun Kumar Rapolu encouraged the participants to utilise their potential in the fields of art and animation reminding that creativity had no boundaries, and he inspired the children by saying that “determination has no disability.”