Goldman, Michael
May 2005
Millimeter;May2005, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p11
Trade Publication
Reports on the culmination of evolutionary steps for DreamWorks studio's animation pipeline in the production of the film "Madagascar" in California. Character presentation with the upgrades to the company's proprietary facial animation system; Experience that leveraged high-speed data connection, using high-quality AV codes to provide realtime conversation; Installation of different applications for business-to-business collaboration and for editorial purposes.


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