Definitions for "morphing"
The smooth transformation of one shape or image into another, displayed on the computer screen as a series of images that appear to be continuous, as if in a movie.
Smoothly animated conversion of one object into another digitally. Morphing can produce striking effects, as demonstrated in movies like Terminator.
Used to create exciting visuals and special effects in movies. A film image is scanned into the computer then changed by a graphics artist. This image is sometimes combined with images created on the computer and then integrated into a film clip to make effects that look real. (WP, Gr. 6)
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Introduced in V5R9, product morphing involves applying new design specifications to existing products or processes to generate new product definitions. By enabling companies to create new products with existing knowledge, morphing helps shorten cycle times, improve market responsiveness, and maximize value.