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“That leads to a demonstration reel of the latest in computer-generated effects -- specifically, close-up transformations to Hopkins' face, from pink and pudgy to dark and scaly and back again.”
“Some comedy professionals say the challenge for any computer-generated trend is to sustain itself beyond the initial joke.”
“Quickly made computer-generated cartoons are attracting millions of viewers online.”
“Last month, children's media giant PBS Kids, part of the Public Broadcasting Service, began testing games that use "augmented reality," or computer-generated content that is combined with images from the real world.”
“Buena Vista Pictures/Everett Collection The 1991 Disney version The 1991 Disney version required 600 animators, artists and technicians, blending traditional animation and computer-generated images.”
“Ebert lost his ability to speak after cancer surgeries, but will be on the weekly show with a segment in which he communicates with a computer-generated voice.”
“Perhaps that is why I was forced to stand on a platform with my hands held to my head so another TSA agent could inspect a computer-generated version of my unclothed body.”
“Moviemaking tools, such as CGI and 3-D, have improved in 26 years, but computer-generated effects are not what scares people, Bayer says.”
“The Kinect tracks the pilot's motions, and a separate motion-capture system, the kind used by filmmakers to integrate actors into computer-generated scenes, tracks the 'copter's movements.”
“I also like the two Coke ads (the one where everyone turns into a computer-generated avatar is a great, if unintentional, sendup of our plugged in lives).”
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