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    Registered User Cueball's Avatar
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    Recognizer from TRON

    Hi there!

    Just finished my recognizer-model from the movie "TRON"

    Recognizer Anim
    (Divx 6.1 455kb)

    I always liked the look of the movie, because it was cg, but on the other
    side the cg images looked very imperfect with all the grain and stuff in it.

    Now i'm doing the 2. version of the recognizer from the movie,
    (the blue one from Flynn)which needs a bit more damage added.

    Dirk




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    Lightwave junkie stevecullum's Avatar
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    Those pics bring back a few memories!

    I've never seen 2.0 so I'll look forward to seeing it

    Edit: Doh! - Just realised what your were on about with the 2.0. I thought you meant the one from Tron 2.0 (Or did you?)
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    Hi!

    There are just 2 different models used in the movie, the green and
    the blue one

    Dirk

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    Ahh - right.

    It shows you how far things have come really. When they made that movie, it must have cost some serious $'s. But now you could make all the effects yourself for less than a second-hand car!

    Cool stuff
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    Here are some interesting information about how it was to work
    on cgi this time:
    http://accad.osu.edu/~waynec/history/lesson6.html

    And here is a bigger render of the reco:
    Reco in 1280*1024

    Dirk

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    Lightwave junkie stevecullum's Avatar
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    Thanks for the image & history link. I covered some of ths stuff during my Uni days, but there's some interesting things here that I missed. The size of that computer is astonishing!
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    Hah hah... PDI's Homer Cubed... forgot all about that one... That was a **** funny episode...

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