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Currently apex locators are being used to determine working length. This study was undertaken to see what is actually being measured and if the pulp status, i.e. vital or necrotic, makes a difference in the determination. In this in vivo study, 33 teeth, both vital and necrotic, were measured by the Endex apex locator and then radiographed. After the length… (More)
The stereoscopic conversions of Disney's <i>The Lion King</i> and <i>Beauty and the Beast</i> required development of novel techniques to art direct, edit, and visualize 3D depth. Producing stereo without geometric models meant the creation of an extensive toolset to create and validate plausible depth for each pixel on screen.
Integrating effects into an environment is often a challenging task. This is especially true when the light source is a dynamically changing organic shape such as a lick of flame against a wall of smoke or glowing embers wrapping around a character. Typically, this illumination can be faked with a large number of artistically placed animated lights.… (More)
Telling the story of "Moana" became one of the most ambitious things we've ever done at the Walt Disney Animation Studios. We felt a huge responsibility to properly celebrate the culture and mythology of the Pacific Islands, in an epic tale involving demigods, monsters, vast ocean voyages, beautiful lush islands, and a sweeping musical visit to the village… (More)
This takes a water splash in "Tangled" from hand drawn keys by a Disney effects veteran to techniques on hitting the design and timing.