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    How its made animatronics

    Published on Jun 28, 2016

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    Hulk Clips

    Uploaded on Dec 12, 2010

    Take a sneak peak at just some of the video footage we have for Steve's work on Hulk. What an AMAZING job these people did. But if you saw the film, you know that a CGI Hulk was used instead.

    How cool would this have been? We have HOURS of this footage.

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    Special Effects Creatures at Monsterpalooza 2015

    Published on Apr 3, 2015

    Last weekend, we attended an awesome creature and special effects convention: Monsterpalooza. We met sculptors, painters, animatronics designers, makeup artists, and creature geeks showing off their latest projects. Here's some of the coolest stuff we saw on the show floor!

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    Original Gremlins Puppets and Animatronics!

    Published on May 15, 2015

    Check out the items in this Rick Baker auction here:

    We're extremely privileged to visit the collection of special effects legend Rick Baker, whose make up and creature designs have appeared in films like an American Werewolf in London, Planet of the Apes, and the Men in Black series. While previewing an upcoming auction of his works, we chat with Baker about his work on Gremlins 2 and get up close to the spectacular puppets and animatronics his studio made for the production.

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    Rick Baker's Men in Black Puppets and Animatronics!

    Published on May 21, 2015

    Check out the items in this Rick Baker auction here:

    Some of effects legend Rick Baker's most memorable work was in the Men in Black series, where his studio designed and created the fantastic alien creatures featured in the films. We chat with Rick about the practical fabrication of the memorable worm aliens, and a giant bug animatronic that never made it to screen. So many wonderful stories!

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    Crazy robot head

    Published on Apr 8, 2013

    27 DOF Interactive Animatronic Robotic head used in the Jack Conte Pedals Music Video, this clip shows 2nd fast sequence triggered by the motion sensor. use in stand alone mode (shown in clip) or for a completely interactive experience use with a P.C/ Tablet (with u.s.b or Bluetooth) . The chassis may be modified easily to accommodate most face type variations i.e Male or Female and may also be manufactured using machined components. Also All Servo motors are accessible for easy maintenance.

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    Animatronic Head (Greg Townley) - The World's End

    Published on Jan 5, 2016

    This is test footage and images of the animatronic head built for Edgar Wrights "The World's End". This is a fairly simple head with only eye and jaw movement but has just enough functionality to sell the gag! Used during the fight sequence in the toilets.

    Technical Description:
    The head has 12 servos, 10 for the eye and brows and 2 for the jaw/jaw slew. Eye mixing and jitter was programmed in my own iPuP-EXT unit, with dual 3 axis control sticks for pupeteering. The head was self contained utilising a magnetic latching battery compartment in the base of the neck, and a magnetic on/off switch buried below the skin for ease of power saving without battery removal.

    Build Credits:
    Lifecast: Tom Packwood, Brian Best & Nicola Grimshaw
    Cleanup sculptor: Justin Pitkethly
    Mould: Tom Packwood
    Mechanical design/ build: Gustav Hoegen
    Electronics / performance software & pupeteering: Matt Denton
    Silicone skin, seams & paint: Nicola Grimshaw
    Hair: Maria Cork & Waldo Mason

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    Restoring Showbiz Pizza's animatronic robots!

    Published on May 27, 2017

    Jack Turner is obsessed with Showbiz Pizza's iconic animatronic robots. He and his father have scrounged up these old characters to restore them to their music-playing glory! We chat with Jack about his project and how he learned to rebuild these robots to animate the same way they did in the 80s.

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    Garner Holt Productions Animatronic Lincoln expressive humanoid robot head

    Published on Aug 4, 2017

    Garner Holt Productions, Inc.'s (GHP) Abraham Lincoln expressive animatronic figure is the most advanced humanoid robotic head ever created. The figure utilizes theme park quality construction to accomplish incredible special effects movement in a robotic or animatronic human platform.
    "Blurring the Mechanical Line: GHP’s New Animatronic Head Offers a Glimpse Into the Future of Expressive Characters"

    by Garner Holt
    August 4, 2017

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