Jurassic Park : The Limits of VFX

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Published on August 18, 2016 by Tex Hollywood

At 23 years old, the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park have aged very well, even when up against the latest from Hollywood’s supercomputer-powered effects farms. With the massive leaps in computing since 1993, how have Jurassic Park’s effects held up so well? The answer is easy: there is less than six minutes of CGI in the entire film, combined with practical effects and camera work to build dinosaurs that are as much in your mind as on the screen.

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