A full-color, illustrated introduction to computer special affects in the popular media. In non-technical terms it uncovers the mystery behind computer-generated illusion in film and TV, describing techniques such as 3-D modeling, motion blur, morphing, digital matte painting, human motion capture, and more. Examples are taken from popular movies, TV shows, music videos and commercials.The new ES 300 is clearly visible now. ... First, the Rhythm aamp; Hues animators connected the live- action shot of the new ES 300 to the end of the early Lexusa#39; ... After they were satisfied with the results, they tackled the second problem, which anbsp;...
|Title||:||Computer illusion in film & TV|
|Author||:||Christopher W. Baker|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1994-03|