Wolff, Ellen
October 2003
Millimeter;Oct2003, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p38
Trade Publication
Features the use of 2D-manipulated and 3D-generated images by California-based Digital Domain Inc. in depicting the evolution of speed for the Nike shoe commercial. Adoption of the ''pushing camera choreography'' approach; Fabrication of credible point of views using photogeometry; Approximation of the anamorphic cinematography to the live action shoot; Computer-generated enhancements employed by Digital Domain.


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