...titleMetropolisdirectorFritz LangThe roots of digital animation lie in the experimental work of the pioneers of cinema. The drive to make moving images at the end of the nineteenth century not only pushed the development of cinema...
...title2001: A Space OdysseydirectorStanley KubrickThe history of digital animation is formed by the convergence of cinema and computing. The relationship between the disciplines has formed the language and influenced the development of both....
...titleTomb RaidercreatorEidos Interactive LimitedThe 1990s was a period of stabilisation and fulfilment for many of the underlying technologies in digital animation and video production. Mainstream cinema and broadcast television were...
...titleRed vs BluecreatorRooster Teeth ProductionsAs in the early days of cinema, the novelty of new technology and the spectacle of tricks and effects are not enough to sustain the medium. The familiarisation with computer technology...
...titleDragon’s LairanimatorsRick Dyer and Don BluthThe earliest digital animation elements were restricted by budget, computer power and the technological expertise necessary to operate the few computers capable of image generation...
... and as a possible medium for new animators and film-makers.
Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson
In occupying the ground traditionally held by and universally associated with Disney in terms of both animated features...
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