A lot has been written about how visual communication tends to be more effective than the text based communication. The appetite for consuming information through video-based content has been growing exponentially. As a result, there has been significant emphasis on animation, which has now become a vehicle to foster learning and plays a significant role in a child's development. But how does it do that?
The animation consists of rapidly changing images, which can create an illusion of movement. As our brains have a brief delay in image processing, it creates an illusion of a moving image.
Animation has proven to positively affect a child's brain in different competence areas. Here are 7 of them.