[Sidefx-houdini-list] Siggraph 2008

g m thecouze at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 18 10:20:55 EDT 2008

> My fave, in emerging technologies, (or what was left of it). 
> they took a looped maya render, took the geometry, then transferred the geometry to a 3D printer that printed each frame onto a round platter that spun. So they spun this platter, then shot it with a video camera with a shutter speed of 1/24, so that the strobing was enough to hold out the orignal animation perfectly, so when you looked at the resulting readling video feed, it looked like grainy stopmotion video of something that begain as a 3d virtual maya render. 
> Very cool, inventive, and relatively cheap. 

Well I hope this has been presented by AnimaKing, if not it is not that inovative, as 2 months ago I went to Florianópolis, South of Brazil, and this animation studio is doing a feature film, using this technology  since 2006- beg 2007.
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