What is F-Curves?

F-Curves are often used in 3D visualization to create the appearance of movement. They are basically a mathematical function that defines how an object moves over time. By manipulating the curve, you can control the speed, acceleration, and other aspects of the movement.

F-Curves are often used to animate objects in a scene. For example, you can use them to make an object move from one point to another, or to make it spin around. You can also use them to create more complex movements, such as bouncing or swinging.

There are many different types of F-Curves, and you can use them to create all sorts of different effects. You can make an object move in a straight line, or you can make it follow a curved path. You can also control the speed of the movement, and how long it takes for the movement to happen.