Tales of Production
THE ILMAJAM PROJECT
ILM artists created these personal pieces after hours.
Industrial Light & Magic
P.O. Box 2459
San Rafael, California 94912 USA
Cosmic Voyage: Scientific Visualizations for IMAX Film
Computing, simulating, and visualizing the relative size of things, from galactic clusters to quarks.
Donna J. Cox
National Center for Supercomputing Applications
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
A Terminator 2-3D "how-to", including creation of the T-1,000,000 creature, an eight-legged, liquid-metal killing machine that protects Skynet.
The Aerial Dogfight Sequences of "Independence Day"
The complexity of creating the "Independence Day" aerial dogfight sequences, incorporating the detail and action that director Roland Emmerich envisioned, required new animation techiques, including specialized intelligent flocking algorithms and importation and translation of a variety of motion-control and tracking data.
Telling a Story with Automated Motion Synthesis
Inputs for automatic generation of character motion.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of California, San Diego
3050 Urey Hall Addition
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, California 92093 USA
PMS: A Shared Story
The story of a woman's feelings during premenstrual syndrome.
414 East 77th Street 1A
New York, New York 10021 USA
Homer3: The Simpsons Halloween Special (Treehouse of Horrors VI)
Production of the 3D segment that frightened Homer and delighted the computer graphics community.
Pacific Data Images
3101 Park Boulevard
Palo Alto, California 94306 USA
Animator Sketches | This Web Site
Final SIGGRAPH 96 Web site update: 25 October 1996.
For complete information on the next conference and exhibition, see: http/www.siggraph.org/s97/