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Today computer graphics is a multi-billion dollar industry, this video shows the evolution of computer animation from Bambi to Shrek. In 1974 the first computer animated short film, ‘Hunger’ was nominated for an Oscar. Moving further the reason for choosing a tea pot as a test bed for early rendering techniques is explained in this video. ‘Fiat Lux’ was an experimental film which demonstrated new techniques for simulating real light. The advent of Intel’s silicon chip in 1971 revolutionized the computer world which in turn made CGI to take a quantum leap. Mapping animations onto real images was now possible. Shrek featured the first realistic computer generated humans who not only had to speak dialogues but express complex emotions. It is not just films that benefited from the evolution of computer animations but also the games industry. With the rapid advances in computer animation software it will soon be impossible to distinguish between real and virtual humans. Computer animation has become the true art of the 21st century and who knows what amazing images we will be seeing next, one thing is for sure – be prepared to be amazed.
Part2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3hqS6JlKEc
Keywords: Computer aided design (CAD), Computer generated images (CGI), Maya, Alias, Wavefront, Fiat Lux, graphics, special effects
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