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ExMachina has presented the first European simulation film intended for an international network of Dynamic Theaters (Simulation Theaters) : "SUB OCEANIC SHUTTLE".
 
ExMachina has presented the first European simulation film intended for an international network of Dynamic Theaters (Simulation Theaters) : "SUB OCEANIC SHUTTLE".
  
Thanks to a large projection format, animated seats and dolby stereo, the viewer becom es the real hero of this frantic obstacle course. Will he come out of it unscathed ? ... In four minutes entirely produced in Computer Graphics, director [[Jerzy Kular]] and scenarist [[Jean-Frangois Henry]] lead us into the most astonishing and mysterious underwater universe.
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Thanks to a large projection format, animated seats and dolby stereo, the viewer becom es the real hero of this frantic obstacle course. Will he come out of it unscathed ? ... In four minutes entirely produced in Computer Graphics, director [[Jerzy Kular]] and scenarist [[Jean-François Henry]] lead us into the most astonishing and mysterious underwater universe.
  
 
All challenges have been faced head on: make various organic and mineral elements disturbingly credible, develop all realistic effects required to plunge the viewer into the very heart of the image (bubble effects, enigmatic propagation of light, sparkling of deep water, effects of hyperspeed ...), animate voracious fish and giant octopus with gaping mouths that affirm the threat of their mere presence. Images pass by at a breathtaking speed with majestic scenery
 
All challenges have been faced head on: make various organic and mineral elements disturbingly credible, develop all realistic effects required to plunge the viewer into the very heart of the image (bubble effects, enigmatic propagation of light, sparkling of deep water, effects of hyperspeed ...), animate voracious fish and giant octopus with gaping mouths that affirm the threat of their mere presence. Images pass by at a breathtaking speed with majestic scenery

Version du 29 mars 2013 à 22:12

Un ride dynamique de 4 mn en 870 mm réalisé en 1992 par Jerzy Kular chez Ex Machina pour Iwerks.

Présentation

ExMachina has presented the first European simulation film intended for an international network of Dynamic Theaters (Simulation Theaters) : "SUB OCEANIC SHUTTLE".

Thanks to a large projection format, animated seats and dolby stereo, the viewer becom es the real hero of this frantic obstacle course. Will he come out of it unscathed ? ... In four minutes entirely produced in Computer Graphics, director Jerzy Kular and scenarist Jean-François Henry lead us into the most astonishing and mysterious underwater universe.

All challenges have been faced head on: make various organic and mineral elements disturbingly credible, develop all realistic effects required to plunge the viewer into the very heart of the image (bubble effects, enigmatic propagation of light, sparkling of deep water, effects of hyperspeed ...), animate voracious fish and giant octopus with gaping mouths that affirm the threat of their mere presence. Images pass by at a breathtaking speed with majestic scenery hailing from the deepest depths.

The projection format (70mm, 8 perfs, 30 frames per second) has required considerable image manipulation with specially configured workstations and calculators (with a resolution of up to 3000 points).

Texte de présentation pour Ars Electronica 1992

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Premier ride entièrement en images de synthèse en 3D

Production : IWERKS Entertainment
Computer Animation : EX MACHINA Paris
Direction : Jerzy Kular
Art Direction : Jean-François Henry
Screenplay : Jean-François Henry and Jerzy Kular
Graphic preparation : Hoël Couassin, Véronique Malaval, Eric Randall, Laurent Rullier
Modélisation supervision : Michel Falduti
Modélisation : Estelle Chedebois, Fabrice Delapierre, Jean-Baptiste Lère, Patrick Pestel, Cécile Picard, Franck Schmidt
Animation : Violaine Janssens, Steve Braggs, Pierrick Brault, Philippe Gluckman, Hélène Gosset, Matthieu Grospiron, Majid Loukil, Jean-Luc Savarino, Frédéric Schmidt, Philippe Tastet, Yannick Violin
Paintbox : Marc Bellan

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Distinctions

  • IAAPA, most innovative attraction
  • Imagina 1992, 1er Prix Pixel-INA simulation visualisation
  • Ars Electronica 1992, Honorary mention, catégorie Computer animation

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