computer-generated imagery

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computer-generated imagery

(graphics)
(CGI) Animatied graphics produced by computer and used in film or television.

computer-generated imagery

The images and animations created with computer software for movies and video games, as well as TV and online commercials. The myriad special effects in today's movies, which mix real actors with aliens, are mostly generated in the computer. There is no limit to the fantasy world that can be created with computer-generated imagery (CGI) techniques. To learn the basics of computer images, see graphics. See 3D graphics and 3D visualization.
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The computer-generated imaging of this fantasy is breathtaking.
The ads, scheduled to premier during the 64th annual Golden Globe awards, employ computer-generated imaging that allows directors to create and use completely believable digitally created actors in live-action settings.
Seamlessly combining tank shots, computer-generated imaging and actual underwater footage of the Titanic wreck, we explore the haunting hulk of man's Industrial Age arrogance.
SPDE focuses primarily on three areas: 1) producing and developing visual effects and computer-generated imaging (CGI), digital character animation, and original content for motion picture, television, online and PlayStation audiences; 2) the developing of new forms of online content, games and interactive programming; and 3) leading SPE's efforts to provide online, open-access electronic digital distribution, interactive television and the deployment of new forms of digital content and services over the emerging broadband IP Internet Protocol) networks.
At least 35 percent of our members are involved with straight computer-generated imaging,'' said Steve Hulett, the union's business representative.
SPDE focuses primarily on three areas: 1) producing and developing visual effects and computer-generated imaging (CGI), digital character animation, and original content for motion picture, television, online and PlayStation audiences; 2) tapping SPE's film and television libraries and its talent relationships to develop new forms of online content, games and interactive programming; and 3) leading SPE's efforts to provide online, open-access video-on-demand, interactive television and the distribution of new forms of digital content and services over the emerging broadband IP (Internet Protocol) networks.
Lucas, 52, became involved over the years with developing new high-tech filmmaking tools, including pioneering work in computer-generated imaging.
SPDE focuses on three areas: 1) producing and developing visual effects and computer-generated imaging (CGI), digital character animation, and original content for motion picture, television, online and PlayStation audiences; 2) developing new forms of online entertainment; and 3) leading SPDE's efforts to provide online, open-access video-on-demand, interactive television and the distribution of new forms of digital content and services over the emerging broadband IP (Internet Protocol) networks.
SPDE focuses primarily on three areas: 1) producing and developing visual effects and computer-generated imaging (CGI), digital character animation, and original content for motion picture, television, online and PlayStation audiences; 2) the development of new forms of online content, games and interactive programming; and 3) leading SPE's efforts to provide online, open-access electronic digital distribution, interactive television and the deployment of new forms of digital content and services over the emerging broadband IP Internet Protocol networks.
SPDE focuses on three areas: 1) producing and developing visual effects and computer-generated imaging (CGI), digital character animation, and original content for motion picture, television, online and PlayStation audiences; 2) tapping SPE's film and television libraries and its talent relationships to develop new forms of online content, games and interactive programming; and 3) leading SPE's efforts to provide online, open-access video-on-demand, interactive television and the distribution of new forms of digital content and services over the emerging broadband IP (Internet Protocol) networks.
SPDE focuses on three areas: 1) producing and developing of visual effects and computer-generated imaging (CGI), digital character animation, and original content for motion picture, television, online and PlayStation audiences; 2) tapping SPE's film and television libraries and its talent relationships to develop new forms of online content, games and interactive programming; and 3) leading SPE's efforts to provide video-on-demand, interactive television and the distribution of other forms of digital content and services over the emerging broadband networks.

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