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effects of computer generated imagery on film.

Edward Williams

effects of computer generated imagery on film.

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Published by LCP in London .
Written in English

Edition Notes

SeriesBA thesis Graphic and Media Design 1999
ContributionsLondon College of Printing.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18528318M

  The result being, as industry expert Ron Miller tells us in Special Effects: An Introduction to Movie Magic, that even into the early '90s "directors were still wary of computer-generated special. Visual Effects (or Computer Generated Imagery) is the marriage of art and technology to support and enhance storytelling in Feature Films, Shorts, Animation, Stop-Motion, TV, Commercials, Music Videos as well as other industries looking for ways to augment their content, such as the military or health field.

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Neel Sethi in the recent release "The Jungle Book," which incorporated CGI. Courtesy of Tribune News Service No technological advancement has made as great an impact on the film industry as computer-generated imagery. CGI allows filmmakers to create worlds and creatures that couldn’t otherwise exist.

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