ILM gave Neal Scanlan 200m poly file to make practical T-Rex. It wasn't hi-res enough

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  07 July 2018
ILM gave Neal Scanlan 200m poly file to make practical T-Rex. It wasn't hi-res enough

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  07 July 2018
that dataset would be interesting... 
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Quote: “We gave Neal a 200 million polygon file from the T. rex at one-to-one scale. He started printing it but two
days later he rang me panicking, going, ‘David, David. I can see poly
faces! I can see the polygons in my 3D print! We need more resolution!’”

– David Vickery, visual effects supervisor, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
...kinda funny


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