Machinima, derived from a concatenation of ?machine cinema? is a subset of CGI that has emerged at the beginning of the 21st century. It uses real-time animation from computer games, or virtual environments, combined with voiceovers to create low-budget animation.
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The third annual ACM SIGGRAPH Sandbox Symposium on videogames calls for papers, panel proposals, and presentations. We are looking for work that describes or illustrates innovative research in...
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