Feature length film project by the Blender Institute using all open-source software.
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The answer isn’t as simple as it might seem.
“Imagine yourself in a very dark room. You have been there for hours and it’s totally black. Now light flashes right in front of you. Let’s say as bright as the sun. Would you see it, when it’s only 1/25th of a second? You surely would. 1/100th of a second? Yes. 1/200th of a second? Yes. Tests with Air force pilots have shown, that they could identify the plane on a flashed picture that was flashed only for 1/220th of a second.”
From 100fps.com: How many frames per second can the human eye see?
|Toy Story, 1995,||Rotten Tomatoes 100%|
|A Bug’s Life, 1998,||Rotten Tomatoes 92%|
|Toy Story 2, 1999,||Rotten Tomatoes 100%|
|Monsters, Inc., 2001||Rotten Tomatoes 95%|
|Finding Nemo, 2003||Rotten Tomatoes, 98%|
|The Incredibles, 2004||Rotten Tomatoes 97%|
|Cars, 2006||Rotten Tomatoes 74%|
|Ratatouille, 2007||Rotten Tomatoes 96%|
|WALL-E, 2008||Rotten Tomatoes 96%|
|Up, 2009||Rotten Tomatoes 98%|
|Toy Story 3, 2010||Rotten Tomatoes 99%|
|Cars 2, 2011||Rotten Tomatoes 38%|
|Brave, 2012||Rotten Tomatoes 74%|
It is safe to say you are as admired and venerated as any filmmaker alive—among those who have heard of you, of course. Those who do not know your work, and the work of your comrades in the independent film world, are missing experiences that might shake and inspire them.