Intel and Ziva: Transforming Computer-Generated Imagery

CGI visual effects (VFX) generally require a complex orchestration of expertise, technology, and often time-consuming and exhaustive creative iterations. Traditionally, they are created by first building characters and then animating those characters for the specific needs of shots, often requiring painstaking, frame-by-frame revisions. However, there are many variables in how characters move based on physics and size, their underlying anatomical structure, and more. As a result, when a visual does not look correct, artists and their teams need to go back to the drawing board to figure out exactly which layer or which creative contribution is not correct...

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