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List Of Film Series With More Than Ten Entries - Nineteen Films
... Koichiro Uno's Caressing the Peach (1985) Mind's Eye (A) The Mind's Eye A Computer Animation Odyssey (1990) Beyond the Mind's Eye (1992) The Gate to the Mind's Eye (1994) Odyssey Into The Mind's Eye (1996 ...
Mind's Eye (series) - Spin-off Titles and Others
... also released a series of titles such as Virtual Nature A Computer Generated Visual Odyssey From the Makers of the Mind's Eye (Odyssey Visual Design, 1993) that obliquely referenced the series ... Mind's Eye with the final three titles The Mind's Eye Presents Luminous Visions (Odyssey Productions, 1998) and The Mind's Eye Presents Ancient Alien (Odyssey Productions, 1998 ... recent releases have been members of the 8-member Computer Animation series which ran from 1996 to 2000 with Computer Animation Festival Volume 1.0 (Odyssey Visual Design ...
Released Films - Odyssey Productions
... The collection features a score composed by Kerry Livgren 1996 - Computer Animation Festival Volume 3.0 1997 - Turbulence (distributed by SMV) - A series of CGI shorts designed to explore the concepts of. 1997 - Cyberscape A Computer Animation Vision 1997 - The Mind's Eye Presents Computer Animation Classics (distributed by SMV) - A collection of 27 shorts from the early experimental days of CGI. 1997 - The Mind's Eye Presents Computer Animation Showcase 1998 - The Mind's Eye Presents Luminous Visions 1998 - The Mind's Eye Presents Computer ...

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    In societies where modern conditions of production prevail, all of life presents itself as an immense accumulation of spectacles. Everything that was directly lived has moved away into a representation.
    Guy Debord (b. 1931)

    The archetype of all humans, their ideal image, is the computer, once it has liberated itself from its creator, man. The computer is the essence of the human being. In the computer, man reaches his completion.
    Friedrich Dürrenmatt (1921–1990)