the smooth transformation of one image into another by computer, as in a motion picture.
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How to use morphing in a sentence
A chameleon field with these morphing properties could drive the accelerating expansion of the universe without disagreeing with measurements on Earth.‘Chameleon’ forces remain elusive in a new dark energy experiment | Emily Conover | August 25, 2022 | Science News
Five such patterns offer various permutations of spinning, flashing, flowing, and color morphing.
Windows users can customize certain aspects of the QuadCast S’s lighting effects, such as the colors of the two “light-effect zones,” and the speed of their morphing movement.HyperX QuadCast S review: A gaming mic with extra flare | Tony Ware | July 22, 2021 | Popular-Science
Scientists are ramping up genomic surveillance of the virus and vaccine makers are retooling their formulas in an attempt to keep pace with this morphing pathogen.Coronavirus mutations add urgency to vaccination effort as experts warn of long battle ahead | Joel Achenbach, Ariana Eunjung Cha | January 30, 2021 | Washington Post
The Sputnik shapes seem like a nod to Cold War surveillance morphing into Age of Terror surveillance.
As their grip loosens, the island, and particularly its capital city, is morphing into a fashionable, gorgeous hotbed of tourism.
Now actors who weren't action stars in their youth are suddenly morphing into action stars in middle-age.Why Respected Screen Veterans Are Following Liam Neeson’s Footsteps | Andrew Romano | February 28, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
My tranquil training afternoon in room 107 is quickly morphing into a panic attack.
And we are not witnessing the Izzedine Qassam brigades morphing to becoming a new version of the PA security services.
British Dictionary definitions for morphing
a computer technique used for graphics and in films, in which one image is gradually transformed into another image without individual changes being noticeable in the process
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