Essay heading: A Changing Industry: Motion Picture Special Effects
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July 14, 2004
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Now the glasses are clear, but still allow the user to get the same three-dimensional effect that they would the red and blue glasses.
Another example of the lasting power of early techniques is stop-motion photography. The original "King Kong" used this technique, in which the King Kong figurine was repeatedly filmed for very brief segments and then moved, so that when the film was projected at normal speed, King Kong appeared to move...
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The same technique animated the figures in "James and the Giant Peach" ("Nova" par. 2).
After World War II there was a lull in the development and use of special effects. Technical advances in the design and manufacture of motion-picture cameras made it easier to film on actual locations, and the trend in cinematic storytelling tended toward realism, resulting in less call for fantastic illusions...
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