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    There were a select few parts truly worth watching in Maze Runner. In particular, the special effects and Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) used in the film are absolutely phenomenal. Perhaps they even make up for some of the areas that are lacking in Maze Runner. This is made apparent in the appearance of the Grievers and the ‘Maze’. The eerily lifelike Grievers send a chill down your spine whenever they appear. These bio-mechanical freaks of nature are sputtering, slavering, screeching fiends that, when brought to life on screen, make you fear for your own life just witnessing their presence. The movements and details of every inch of their bodies are hair-raisingly vivid; they certainly stole the show. The Maze was also truly remarkable and unparalleled. The amount of precision with which the brutal blocks of concrete and metal were created is breathtaking…

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    Special Effects History

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    television by props, camerawork, or computer graphics. Celluloid animation, scale modeling, claymation, digital compositing, animatronics, use of prosthetic makeup, morphing, and modern computer-generated or computer graphics imagery are just some techniques that are widely used for creating incredible special effects. (“Film Milestones in Visual/Special…

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    the cat and also won't ring the bell for the princess to be killed. Then Despereaux released the cat and a giant action scene broke out, ending with Rascuroo knocking the main rat into arena with the cat and returning to sea. This scene deviated largely from the book, where this scene took place in a jail cell and a deal is formed. This was added because all movies must have a tense and exciting final action scene. This also goes and resolves any undecided feelings the viewer may have towards…

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    Funeral in my Brain,” she writes, “And then I heard them lift a Box / And creek across my Soul / With those same Boots of Lead, again” (Lines 9-12) Through the use of auditory imagery, Dickinson brings the reader into the funeral scene. The reader can hear the casket creaking as it is lifted and the heavy footsteps that walk across the floor. In addition, in her poem, “Because I could not stop for Death,” Dickinson writes, “We paused before a House that seemed / A Swelling of the Ground- /…

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    The Iron Giant – A point of reference in the history of animation In late 1996, Brad Bird, an American director, screenwriter, animator, producer and occasional voice actor, using Ted Hughes book published in 1968, “The Iron Giant”, as a starting point, pitched his ideas to the famous entertainment company Warner Bros. At that time, Bird was working for Tuner Feature Animation, a multimedia company that merged with Warner Bros. after being purchased in 1996 by Time Warner, Warner Bros parent…

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    Animation To start with it would be needed to know what animation is. The dictionary definition of animation is “A technique used in motion pictures or video production, produced frame by frame, in which inanimate objects, such as cartoon drawings or puppets, appear to move of their own accord” , which is an overcomplicated way of saying making it look like a drawing is moving. Animation in the past half-century has made leaps and bounds in terms of improvement to reach where it is today. Such…

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    south park is called Cut-out animation. It uses the principles of a stop motion animation by taking a picture of a set up still frames followed by a series of frames to create an animation. Other forms of animation use the idea of frame by frame setup to portray movement. The major difference between animation now and back then is sound. Sound adds more depth or life to animation. When Animation started becoming a big hit for entertainment they were silent films. Today animations are used…

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    Animal Behavior Studies

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    Improving Animal Behavior Studies through the use of Robots and Computer Animation Animals learn by example, whether it is a group of ducklings following their mother’s lead to leap into a pond or a two year old child repeating swear words that a parent spoke during a brief road rage incident. Examples on how to behave in order to survive are learned at every stage of life. These learned examples on how to find food, interact socially and on proper mating behaviors are vital to a species…

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    Eadweard Muybridge

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    The film industry has revolutionized since the creation and advancement of computers and computer graphics. But, it all began with combining simple science to create these moving pictures of art. This research has opened my eyes to the incredible amount of tedious work filmmakers go through. They must be so driven to be able to work so meticulously on something for so long and not give up. Even though computers have made certain things easier, they have also opened up possibilities for…

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    Iron Giant Film Analysis

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    As a satellite orbits through the peaceful space it contrasts with a heavy thunderstorm on Earth. In the middle of the sea a fisherman is confronted by a giant shadow with two eyes. The Iron Giant by Warner Brothers is first introduced with a computer generated satellite animation. Then as it moves away the Earth is shown drawn in a traditional animation. It is different from the satellite because the clouds move in a way that does not seem mechanical.Like the introduction, the 2D and 3D…

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