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How "Avatar" Advanced the Movie Industry

A short analysis of how James Cameron's "Avatar" advanced the technology used to make movies.
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Alexander Mougin

on 25 March 2011

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How "Avatar" Advanced
the Movie Industry Synopsis Motion Capture Technology The Birth of "True 3D" Synopsis This film was over 10 years in the making, according to Cameron Critics claim the film is a modern day "Pocahontas" Motion Capture Technology A Brief History...... as told by James Cameron's films Revolutionary for its time
Captured all movement, just not details
Not completely realistic Able to capture movement, as well as detail
Now able to duplicate people
Still not realistic...up close Can capture all movement, detail AND voice acting at the same time
Able to use real facial emotions
Fluid, realistic movements The Birth of "True 3D" A Brief History of 3D films... Anaglyph 3D first and most common form of 3D Two images run through red and cyan filters Two images suprimposed on each other using glasses New polarization technique Image is only doubled post-production with film strip 3D effect, but not "true 3D" New colors for viewing Colors no longer an issue First film SHOT completely in 3D Led to "Coraline" Same technology used in "Resident Evil: Afterlife" and "Sanctum" So where is it all going? Questions? The original anaglyph glasses
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