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Instead of using CGI graphics in movies to simulate fires, this contraption which uses water vapor & orange LED lights to simulate fire minus the risks can be used.
Epic cliff dive, only to be eaten by a CGI shark? Lower volume recommended.
This guy taps on a screen which is displaying a huge marine aquarium with a shark inside. After a few taps, the shark bolts towards him with such force that the aquarium's glass breaks. The simulation is so good, the guy just falls down in surprise!
Lloyds TSB "For The Journey"
Agency: Rainey Kelly
Director: Marc Craste
Animation" Studio AKA
Classic Game Room season 1 - December 22, 1999. The boys at CGR review the 1998 Playstation 1 PS1 remake of the classic arcade hit, MISSILE COMMAND. Published by HASBRO, this old school remake of the older school coin-op classic from the early 1980's satisfies with Missile Command-esque action and some goofy CGI graphics. An early episode, this is one of the Game Room's 20th century offerings from December 1999 before they even had a green screen. Classic Game Room was the first classic video game review show on the Internet, and one of the first (maybe the first) video game review show of all times produced specifically for the Internet. Classic Game Room reviewed Atari, NES, Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Dreamcast and Playstation... too bad they didn't get to Xbox 360, PS3, PS2 or Wii. Now Classic Game Room is covering the new systems. Classic Game Room is on DVD.