Difference between revisions of "Dozo"

From Rocklopedia Fakebandica
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
 
Early computer animated singer by the Kleiser/Walczak Construction Company, in their animated short "Don't Touch Me," 1989. She was created by scanning a clay model, then animated using early motion capture technology ("mocap"). Jeff Kleiser and Diane Walczak called her a "Synthespian."
 
Early computer animated singer by the Kleiser/Walczak Construction Company, in their animated short "Don't Touch Me," 1989. She was created by scanning a clay model, then animated using early motion capture technology ("mocap"). Jeff Kleiser and Diane Walczak called her a "Synthespian."
  
The Dozo short appears in an early computer animation compilation, ''Computer Visions'' 1991.
+
The Dozo short appears in an early computer animation compilation, ''Computer Visions'' (1991).
  
 
There had been computer-animated music videos before this, but they were for existing artists. This may well be the first attempt to create a virtual artist.
 
There had been computer-animated music videos before this, but they were for existing artists. This may well be the first attempt to create a virtual artist.
Line 11: Line 11:
 
[[Category:1989]]
 
[[Category:1989]]
 
[[Category:Music videos]]
 
[[Category:Music videos]]
 +
[[Category:Animated shorts]]

Revision as of 06:03, 25 August 2017

Early computer animated singer by the Kleiser/Walczak Construction Company, in their animated short "Don't Touch Me," 1989. She was created by scanning a clay model, then animated using early motion capture technology ("mocap"). Jeff Kleiser and Diane Walczak called her a "Synthespian."

The Dozo short appears in an early computer animation compilation, Computer Visions (1991).

There had been computer-animated music videos before this, but they were for existing artists. This may well be the first attempt to create a virtual artist.

External Links