“Computer Graphics in Visual Effects” Chaired by Scott E. Anderson and Jonathan P. Luskin

  • ©Jonathan P. Luskin, Scott E. Anderson, Lincoln Hu, Douglas Scott Kay, and Dennis Muren



Entry Number: 17


    Computer Graphics in Visual Effects

Course Organizer(s):



    Course Description

    The presence of computer graphics in visual effects has increased dramatically. This course introduces the use of computer graphics in filmmaking. Topics include the visual effects process, problems working with film, and computer graphics applications in feature films. Speakers cover the technical details of their work and explain the concerns of production which guide the decision-making process. Examples are presented from The Abyss, Back to the Future II, The Hunt for Red October and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

Contents/Schedule PDF:

Contributed By:

    Mary Whitton


    Charles Babbage Institute Archives, University of Minnesota

Overview Page: