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  • J&Ar - stop motion film with live action included awe Steven Spielberg. -> motion of skeletons (motion blur) -> motion of dinosaurs in JP.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Summary
    • Dr. Grant & Dr. Sattler (dinosaurs experts) were invited by their main sponsor, John Hammond, to Jurassic Park along with John’s 2 grandchildren. Due to the advancement in technology, extinct dinosaurs were able to be recreated, therefore Jurassic Park was created. However, because of some internal sabotage, all security systems malfunctioned, causing dangerous dinosaurs to break free from their “cages”.
  • 3. Background
    • Adapted from the novel “Jurassic Park” by Michael Crichton.
    • Director: Steven Spielberg
    • Took 3 years to produce
    • Screened in year 1993
    • Won 3 Oscars, 19 wins & 15 nominations
    • Initially the plan was to film the dinosaurs in stop motion way
    • Tremendous amount of animatronics used
    • CGI on live action footage
      • All footage is either blended with CGI or completely CGI alone
  • 4. Inspirations King Kong (1933) The Lost World (1925) Jason and the Argonauts (1963)
  • 5. Parts to show…
  • 6. Animatronics
    • In Jurassic Park, they built real size dinosaurs and equipped the models with robotics, allowing it to move under control.
    • Not only newest technology then, CGI, was used in this film, animatronics contributed greatly too.
    — “ mechanized puppet that may be pre-programmed or remotely controlled.”
  • 7. Computer Graphic Imagery
    • CGI is largely used to recreate scenes of destructions.
    • Examples:
      • T.Rex flipping the car (ALL CG)
      • T.Rex eating the lawyer in the bathroom
      • T.Rex chasing after the jeep
      • Gallimimus running
  • 8. Parts to show…
  • 9. Guess: Animatronics or CGI?
  • 10. Influence on other films
  • 11. References
    • Tyson, Jeff. How Animatronics Works . 2001. HowStuffWorks.com. Retrieved on 27th July. http://www.howstuffworks.com/animatronic.htm
    • Ian Freer (2004-04-30). "The 15 Most Influential Films Of Our Lifetime". Empire. pp. 120.
    • Marcus Hearn (2005). "ILM and the Digital Revolution" The Cinema of George Lucas. New York: Harry N. Abrams Inc, Publishers. pp. 174.
    • Sibley, Brian (2006). Peter Jackson: A Film-maker's Journey. London: Harpercollins. pp. 310.
    • John McGowan-Hartmann. King Kong . 2003. Senses of Cinema. Retrieved on 27th July. http://archive.sensesofcinema.com/contents/cteq/03/29/king_kong.html
  • 12. Images from…
    • http://www.imdb.com/media/rm3678574592/tt0024216
    • http://www. sci . fi/~animato/books/index .html
    • http://www. boston .com/bostonglobe/ideas/brainiac/2008/05/postapocalyptic.html
    • http://www.impawards.com/2001/ai_artificial_intelligence.html
    • http://www.impawards.com/2005/king_kong_ver6.html