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Opening Night and discovery of the exhibiition The Art of DC - The dawn of Superheroes.

 

Exhibition - The Art of DC - The dawn of Superheroes : Trailer.


The Art of DC - The dawn of Superheroes.
Creation of the exhibition's poster by the artist Warren Manser


Opening Night of the exhibition The Art of Walt Disney Animation Studios


The Art of Walt Disney Animation Studios


Opening night of the exhibition "The Art of Blue Sky Studios."


The Art of Blue Sky Studios


Opening night of the exhibition "The Art in Video Games – French Inspiration."


Presentation of "The Art in Video Games" Exhibition

 


Opening night of the exhibition "Aardman, Art that takes shape"

 

Interview with Peter Lord for the exhibition "Aardman, Art that takes shape"


Exhibition "Studio Ghibli Layout Design"

 


Interview with Stan Lee

 


INAUGURATION EVENING OF ART LUDIQUE - LE MUSÉE

Jean-Jacques and Diane Launier, creators of the museum, are welcoming Joann Sfar, Peter de Sève, Bertrand Delanoë, Pierre Cornette de Saint-Cyr, Juanjo Guarnido, etc.


JOHN LASSETER

 

 

TOY STORY ZOETROPE
The zoetrope, patented in the United States in 1867, was a popular form of late 19th century home entertainment. Rapidly rotating a sequence of still images inside a cylinder, the device demonstrated the basic principles of animation before the invention of cinema.

Pixar’s Toy Story Zoetrope revisits this concept by presenting familiar Pixar characters from the films Toy Story and Toy Story 2 in an updated version of the 19th century illusion-of-movement device.

The animation is based on an eighteen-frame cycle, with each frame of the cycle represented by a three-dimensional character figurine, or model. These figurines are mounted at precise points on the disk, which spins at the speed of one revolution per second. A strobe light, triggered at each frame, freezes the motion, enabling the human eye to perceive each frame of the character’s motion as a single image. When the eye sees all these frozen images in quick succession, the effect of “apparent motion” strings them together to create the illusion of life.

The Toy Story Zoetrope, assembled by artists Gregory Barsamian and Toshio Iwai, was inspired by the three-dimensional Totoro Zoetrope created by Pixar’s friends at the Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Japan.