digital effects


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digital effects

Synthetic sounds and animations created in the digital domain. Reverberation, morphing and transitions between video frames are examples. See digital video effects.
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The title character - a female cyborg with fractured memories of her shadowy past - is realised in haphazard strokes by state-of-the-art performance capture and digital effects.
The title character - - a female cyborg with fractured memories of her shadowy past - - is realised in haphazard strokes by state-of-the-art performance capture and digital effects.
It's a thunderbolts and lightning moment, electrified with slick digital effects and Malek's gesture-perfect showboating.
(Needless to say, with a reported production budget of $70 million, actually going there was not an option.) But hoping to create a visceral, cinema verite experience for the audience, Chazelle knew he wanted to avoid digital effects as much as possible in favour of a more analog approach.
While the artist is already known for her bravura deployment of digital effects and extravagant postproduction, this marks her first video featuring live actors--an experiment that promises a more sustained engagement with political and historical narrative.
During the temptation of Christ, the devil transformed into different horrific beasts, again through digital effects, according to actor Christopher Fortades.
Cowboys & Aliens melds the western and science fiction genres with a blitzkrieg of digital effects and gallops along at a fair lick thanks to director Jon Favreau (Iron Man) who orchestrates the set pieces with aplomb.
Whissel, Kristen, Spectacular Digital Effects: CGI and Contemporary Cinema, Duke University Press, Durham, NC, 2014, ISBN 9 7808 2235 5885, 213 pp., $23.95.
Shot in Yorkshire, the Lapland sequences benefit from splendid production design and some nifty digital effects.
Using ink and acrylic paint on watercolour paper combined with digital effects, Adam Carruthers has complemented the text and created a sense of mayhem and fun.
Computer-generated characters in the films and computer games of the future will be so realistic that individual hair follicles and skin cells will be visible through new high definition digital effects technology, experts claim.

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