Flight of the living dead: how animation brings extinct species back to life

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Abstract

Who can forget Steven Spielberg’s first Jurassic Park movie in 1993? How eagerly did we anticipate that bellowing T-Rex? Or gasp at the sheer scale of the brachiosaurus as it lumbered into view? Never before had animation been so lifelike and believable. I was hooked – this is what I wanted to do.
Original languageEnglish
TypeContribution to online publication
Media of outputArticle
PublisherThe Conversation
Publication statusPublished - 2 Nov 2017

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The Conversation. 2017, Contribution to online publication.

Research output: Other contribution

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