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Posts Tagged ‘ILM’

ILM: Blending The Real And The Virtual

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

Making a movie like Star Trek XI believable meant overcoming different challenges and being creative.

Visual Effects Supervisors Roger Guyett and Russell Earl explained some of what had to be done to create the magic for Star Trek XI.


Star Trek XI: Creating The Magic

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

To make a science fiction movie believable, in addition to building sets, special effects have to be imagined and then created.

As reported by CGSociety, two companies handled the approximately nine hundred and fifty visual effects shots for Star Trek XI, with eight hundred of the shots coming from Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) and the rest coming from Digital Domain (DD,) all of which were completed in six months.