“Creation of a photo-real CG human” by Goldberg

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    Creation of a photo-real CG human

Session/Category Title:   Feature Film Production Techniques


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    Our team was tasked with the project of creating a full-screen, completely believable, CG stunt double for a well-known motion picture star. Successful project completion required adapting and applying many years worth of computer graphics research in a new and novel way. Most importantly, development had to be done within usual production constraints—ultimately guaranteed results, known pipeline, quick turnaround on tests, and a final product that would rival any work in this genre ever attempted.

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    3. Henyey, L. G. and Greenstein, J. L. 1941. Diffuse radiation in the galaxy, Astrophysical Journal 93, 70–83.


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