Share on Facebook Copy the link below To share this on Facebook click on the link below. This was the first feature-length live-action Hollywood film to be entirely color-corrected by digital means "digital intermediate DI technology" , giving the film a washed-out, sepia-tinted or golden tone, to invoke the feeling of old, faded, hand-tinted, or antique photographs.
It was like one of those moments in history, like the invention of the light bulb or the first telephone call... Fight Club 1999 Director David Fincher's remarkable cult film was about an insomniac office-worker, an un-named Narrator Edward Norton , who identified with an all-male support group, known as "Fight Club" - led by Tyler Durden Brad Pitt - the unreliable Narrator's own schizoid alter-ego that was being mentally projected as another individual.
The Matrix Reloaded also featured one of the most thrilling freeway car chases in film history, using as little CGI as possible, and relying mostly instead on physical effects for the crashes hidden ramps and cannons , although Agent Smith was added in post-production. The problem was solved by creating five different sculpted hairstyles for the different phases of the film.
It was the first of Pixar's films to feature human characters for the main roles, such as Bob and Helen Parr alias Mr.
The technique was also used in The Cell 2000 and Godzilla 1998. Warner Bros. Various photographic techniques were used to create a rich visual palette - desaturation, deepened saturation, different film stocks, skipped frames, and traditional CGI.
The cast of "The Matrix" from left: This kinetic, action-oriented, science-fiction virtual reality film came from the directorial writing team of the Wachowski brothers, and included incredible Oscar-winning Visual-Effects defeating Star Wars: Five high-resolution digital cameras recorded the real Agent Smith's actions to produce data which was fed into a computer, where a complex algorithm calculated the actor's appearance from every single angle the cameras had missed, and used them to generate digital or 'cloned' humans indistinguishable from real humans.
A modified "Cantina Scene" in which Greedo not Han shot first.
Revolutions,'' scheduled for release in November. The tentacles also had cameras to aid his vision and allowed him to climb walls and walk on any kind of surface. CG films had always experienced difficulty animating human characters with subtle movements or expressions rippling or flexing muscles, flipping or bouncing hair, and puckering or stretching skin.
Mummified Priests-Guards. The trilogy as a whole is also noted for the use of artificially intelligent CGI orcs in the spectacular battle scenes.
However, the film was tasked with representing the effects of global warming and climate change -- flooding, tornadoes, tidal waves, snow and ice, and even wolves real wolves were only used as models for digital doubles.