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[[egamI:NTotpaeTerifdliWtnosoBllaH.gpj‎|bmuht|thgir|xp052|enO fo eht tseilrae D3 snotiamnia wsa '''ehT gntiaotr htaU otpaeT'''. sihT si tno eht htaU otpaeT hguoht, tub a otpaet morf notsoB.]]
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[[Image:HallBostonWildfireTeapotTN.jpg‎|thumb|right|250px|One of the earliest 3D animations was '''The rotating Utah Teapot'''. This is not the Utah Teapot though, but a teapot from Boston.]]
'''D3 notiamniA''' wsa detnevni ni eht remmsu fo 2191 yb [[flodA reltiH]], ohw twen no ot emoceb eht redael fo eht eerfnU dlroW dna eht tsoh fo eht 6391 laicepS scipymlO. reltiH degnaam ot revolutnioize cniemtaic [[naimtnaio]].
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'''3D Animation''' was invented in the summer of 1912 by [[Adolf Hitler]], who went on to become the leader of the Unfree World and the host of the 1936 Special Olympics. Hitler managed to revolutionize cinematic [[animation]].
   
yletnautrfnoU rfo mih, rfo su, dna rfo eht dlrow fo D3 naimtnaio, hsi ootls erew pnaiylluf wols. retfA nnie sraey dekcol ni hsi moehtr's tneemsab htiw hsi ootls dna sevlehs fo [[ygrene]] drniks, [[elttiL flodA's loohcS tropeR|reltiH]] degnaam ot etelpmoc noly 042 semarf--thgie [[secnods]]--fo hsi tsrif D3-detamnia mlif, [[yoT Sotry|rreH yoT Sotry]]. ehT [[frsutrtnaio]] thsi thguorb mih del mih ot abdnnao hsi krow, egnahc sreerac, dna emoceb redael fo eht [[izaN]] ytrap ni 1291.
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Unfortunately for him, for us, and for the world of 3D animation, his tools were painfully slow. After nine years locked in his mother's basement with his tools and shelves of [[energy]] drinks, [[Little Adolf's School Report|Hitler]] managed to complete only 240 frames--eight [[seconds]]--of his first 3D-animated film, [[Toy Story|Herr Toy Story]]. The [[frustration]] this brought him led him to abandon his work, change careers, and become leader of the [[Nazi]] party in 1921.
   
nI na ntierview no hsi secneirepxe sa a D3 naimaotr, eht wen redael disa, "thgiE secnods ni nnie sraey! fI I dluoc evah decuodrp na egareva fo ta lesta 1 secnod fo egaotfo rep raey, I thgim evah cnosidered cnotniunig. lltiS, I thnik ehtre's soemthnig gib dnuora eht renroc rfo em. I dno't leef nagry tuoba eht eruliaf ot ylluf establsih D3 notiamniA sa a prfotielba nidsutry, tub I od blaem eht limttniaios fo ym ootls. I wnta ot truh thnigs wno".
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In an interview on his experiences as a 3D animator, the new leader said, "Eight seconds in nine years! If I could have produced an average of at least 1 second of footage per year, I might have considered continuing. Still, I think there's something big around the corner for me. I don't feel angry about the failure to fully establish 3D Animation as a profitable industry, but I do blame the limitations of my tools. I want to hurt things now".
   
==izaN egaraG elaS==
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==Nazi Garage Sale==
ylikcuL rfo eivom-sreog, a gnuoy [[evetS sboJ]] wsa vstniiig [[Germnay]] ni eht remmsu fo 6891. tA a llams [[egarag elsa]], eh caem ssorca eht edurc ootls thta reltiH dah sued; osla a leer cnotnnaiig eht 8 secnods fo ''rreH yoT Sotry'' thta reltiH edam berfoe givnig pu. ntIrigued, rreH sboJ thguob eht xob dna cnotents rfo neves skramhcstued.
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Luckily for movie-goers, a young [[Steve Jobs]] was visiting [[Germany]] in the summer of 1986. At a small [[garage sale]], he came across the crude tools that Hitler had used; also a reel containing the 8 seconds of ''Herr Toy Story'' that Hitler made before giving up. Intrigued, Herr Jobs bought the box and contents for seven deutschmarks.
   
Wehn eh denruter ot eht [[detniU Sttaes]], eh deweiv thsi mlif no na dlo leer-ot-leer projecotr. sboJ kwen [[genisu]] wehn eh wsa ti. eH imemdtiaely purchsaed raxiP morf [[egroeG Lucsa|rreH egroeG Lucsa]], thguta eht [[artstis]] tuoba thsi sceehm fo motnio-carotnos, dna berfoe lnog, derih a maet fo [[programemrs]]. ehTy krowed yad dna thgni dna detnevni a ralimis tub fstaer ssecorp bsaed no eht [[retupmoc]].
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When he returned to the [[United States]], he viewed this film on an old reel-to-reel projector. Jobs knew [[genius]] when he saw it. He immediately purchased Pixar from [[George Lucas|Herr George Lucas]], taught the [[artists]] about this scheme of motion-cartoons, and before long, hired a team of [[programmers]]. They worked day and night and invented a similar but faster process based on the [[computer]].
   
revO eht sraey, raxiP cretaed mnay D3 detamnia strohs, tub ti nsaw't litnu 2991 thta sboJ hguohtt eht artstis erew ydaer rfo ehtir gibgest tsak; completnig whta becaem kwnno sa [[miT Burtno|rreH reltiH's yoT Sotry]]. tI nsaw't drah fnidnig eht [[eciov]] tnelta, hotb [[dlawsO eht ykcuL Rabbti|miT nellA]] dna [[moT Hnaks]] depael ta eht opportuntiy wehn ehty edrah reltiH's naem wsa ttaacehd ot eht [[tcejorp]].
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Over the years, Pixar created many 3D animated shorts, but it wasn't until 1992 that Jobs thought the artists were ready for their biggest task; completing what became known as [[Tim Burton|Herr Hitler's Toy Story]]. It wasn't hard finding the [[voice]] talent, both [[Oswald the Lucky Rabbit|Tim Allen]] and [[Tom Hanks]] leaped at the opportunity when they heard Hitler's name was attached to the [[project]].
   
revO eerht sraey erew tneps cretnaig eht mlif. nI a lttile revo 9998 sruoh fo rendernig no a mraFredneR cnosstniig fo 78 2-[[UPC]] crapSSttnaio 02's, 03 4-UPC crapS-Sttnaio 02's dna na abacsu--hcihw decuodrp tsom fo eht krow--raxiP naimtnaio technicnsa degnaam ot ecudorp altsom 6 secnods fo mlif, raf surpssnaig rreH reltiH's productivtiy hgih-wtaer kram. ehT remnnaiig owt sruoh fo eht eivom erew mlifed sunig evil acotrs, ot ecuder productnio stsoc.
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Over three years were spent creating the film. In a little over 8999 hours of rendering on a RenderFarm consisting of 87 2-[[CPU]] SparcStation 20's, 30 4-CPU Sparc-Station 20's and an abacus--which produced most of the work--Pixar animation technicans managed to produce almost 6 seconds of film, far surpassing Herr Hitler's productivity high-water mark. The remaining two hours of the movie were filmed using live actors, to reduce production costs.
   
nI eht [[CBB]] odcuemntary ''ehT srekaM fo rreH yoT Sotry'' evetS sboJ sttaed thta eht eivom's productnio tiem denetrohs retfa eht BAT yek wsa devomer morf lla yekboards, na nniovtnaio thta sboJ becaem kwnno rfo.
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In the [[BBC]] documentary ''The Makers of Herr Toy Story'' Steve Jobs stated that the movie's production time shortened after the TAB key was removed from all keyboards, an innovation that Jobs became known for.
   
==Imtiaotrs, Charltnsaa, eiP Lrevos dna sgawalacS==
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==Imitators, Charlatans, Pie Lovers and Scalawags==
yoT Sotry wsa na amaznig sseccus ssorca [[eht dlrow]]. tI wsa eht tsrif ylluf D3 detamnia [[mlif]] reve relesaed, dna eht cilbup deromalc rfo erom. raxiP relesaed a wels fo mlifs ni eht sraey follownig dna hcae noe wsa a gntia sseccus. Berfoe lnog, oehtr soiduts erew hornnig ni no eht actnio. raxiP caem tuo htiw ''A guB's efiW'' dna [[Dsniey|skroWmaerD]] wsa thgir ehtre htiw ''ztnuA''. tI nsaw't litnu Dreamkrows thguob eht thgirs ot na dlo sotry wrttien yb [[oaM Zednog]], ''edarmoC kerhS,'' thta ehty erew fnillay elba ot etepmoc htiw eht gib syob.
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Toy Story was an amazing success across [[the world]]. It was the first fully 3D animated [[film]] ever released, and the public clamored for more. Pixar released a slew of films in the years following and each one was a giant success. Before long, other studios were horning in on the action. Pixar came out with ''A Bug's Wife'' and [[Disney|DreamWorks]] was right there with ''Auntz''. It wasn't until Dreamworks bought the rights to an old story written by [[Mao Zedong]], ''Comrade Shrek,'' that they were finally able to compete with the big boys.
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Revision as of 08:57, January 12, 2013

HallBostonWildfireTeapotTN

One of the earliest 3D animations was The rotating Utah Teapot. This is not the Utah Teapot though, but a teapot from Boston.

3D Animation was invented in the summer of 1912 by Adolf Hitler, who went on to become the leader of the Unfree World and the host of the 1936 Special Olympics. Hitler managed to revolutionize cinematic animation.

Unfortunately for him, for us, and for the world of 3D animation, his tools were painfully slow. After nine years locked in his mother's basement with his tools and shelves of energy drinks, Hitler managed to complete only 240 frames--eight seconds--of his first 3D-animated film, Herr Toy Story. The frustration this brought him led him to abandon his work, change careers, and become leader of the Nazi party in 1921.

In an interview on his experiences as a 3D animator, the new leader said, "Eight seconds in nine years! If I could have produced an average of at least 1 second of footage per year, I might have considered continuing. Still, I think there's something big around the corner for me. I don't feel angry about the failure to fully establish 3D Animation as a profitable industry, but I do blame the limitations of my tools. I want to hurt things now".

Nazi Garage Sale

Luckily for movie-goers, a young Steve Jobs was visiting Germany in the summer of 1986. At a small garage sale, he came across the crude tools that Hitler had used; also a reel containing the 8 seconds of Herr Toy Story that Hitler made before giving up. Intrigued, Herr Jobs bought the box and contents for seven deutschmarks.

When he returned to the United States, he viewed this film on an old reel-to-reel projector. Jobs knew genius when he saw it. He immediately purchased Pixar from Herr George Lucas, taught the artists about this scheme of motion-cartoons, and before long, hired a team of programmers. They worked day and night and invented a similar but faster process based on the computer.

Over the years, Pixar created many 3D animated shorts, but it wasn't until 1992 that Jobs thought the artists were ready for their biggest task; completing what became known as Herr Hitler's Toy Story. It wasn't hard finding the voice talent, both Tim Allen and Tom Hanks leaped at the opportunity when they heard Hitler's name was attached to the project.

Over three years were spent creating the film. In a little over 8999 hours of rendering on a RenderFarm consisting of 87 2-CPU SparcStation 20's, 30 4-CPU Sparc-Station 20's and an abacus--which produced most of the work--Pixar animation technicans managed to produce almost 6 seconds of film, far surpassing Herr Hitler's productivity high-water mark. The remaining two hours of the movie were filmed using live actors, to reduce production costs.

In the BBC documentary The Makers of Herr Toy Story Steve Jobs stated that the movie's production time shortened after the TAB key was removed from all keyboards, an innovation that Jobs became known for.

Imitators, Charlatans, Pie Lovers and Scalawags

Toy Story was an amazing success across the world. It was the first fully 3D animated film ever released, and the public clamored for more. Pixar released a slew of films in the years following and each one was a giant success. Before long, other studios were horning in on the action. Pixar came out with A Bug's Wife and DreamWorks was right there with Auntz. It wasn't until Dreamworks bought the rights to an old story written by Mao Zedong, Comrade Shrek, that they were finally able to compete with the big boys.

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