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- Behind the Scenes of Special Effects
You probably won’t be surprised to read that most movies made today are packed with a variety of special effects. Since the premiere of movies like Titanic, Avatar, The Great Gatsby, Inception, Lord of The Rings, and other Hollywood hits, the expectation for high-quality special effects in films has continued to rise. In the following infographic, we’re shedding light on a few different types of special effects used by movie directors and producers today. We’ll spend time featuring computer generated imagery (CGI), animatronics, makeup and prosthetics, computer editing software, and old-fashioned camera tricks. Take a look:
- 'Breaking Bad' Storage Unit: How Much is Enough?
If you’re one of the millions of fans of AMC’s drug drama “Breaking Bad,” you’ve undoubtedly been riveted by every little detail that pops up in every episode. Here at SpareFoot, we’ve been fixated on that cash-packed storage unit near Walt and Skyler’s home in Albuquerque, NM (We are in the self-storage business, after all), and as it turns out we aren't the only ones. So we decided to take a stab at answering 13 questions surrounding Walt and Skyler’s storage unit. We’ve laid out the nebulous questions and the hard answers in this groundbreaking infographic.
- The Evolution of the Zombie [Infographic]
If there’s a man who changed the zombie universe, that man was George A. Romero. After decades of experiences and dubious characters, the director presented in 1968 a masterpiece entitled “Night of the Living Dead” that would define the genre and how we still see the undead today. Thanks to this movie, we evolved from the ancient Haitian voodoo to the modern viruses that are now the cause of the humanity’s undoing. So, if you have recently watched a television series like “The Walking Dead” or played some “Resident Evil”, you can thank him. Although the title “father of the zombies” doesn’t seem too flattering, it’s true. Now, let’s dive into the zombie world with the help of this infographic and find out more about this evolution.
- Rise of The Cord-Cutter
People are cutting off the cords of their TV and this infographic has the explanation. This infographic contains information about TV in the 21st century.
- Homes of Classic Literature Infographic
Meet some of the most awesome houses in the world… of fiction! It’s time to let our imagination fly and go back to the classics, as this infographic shows us the homes of nine famous book characters. From Dracula’s scary castle to Sherlock Holmes’ house in London, there’s an option for every taste. Just look at the list and decide which one is your favorite! If you have read these books, you will certainly recognize the houses and the importance they had along the story, especially in cases like “Rebecca” or “Jane Eyre”. Let your imagination run wild and take a dive in the fictional real estate world.
- The Guide to Star Trek Uniforms
"When the original Star Trek television series started, male and female officers wore similar outfits. The male Star Trek uniforms consisted of black pants, black boots and a velour shirt with the symbol on the left side. Females wore the same type of shirt, with black boots and tights, and a black skirt, although in some cases they wore black pants. The color of shirt worn identified the branch the crew member belonged to. Those in green shirts worked for command personnel, while beige stood for operations, and blue was for medical personnel only. The velour shirts were changed to nylon shirts starting in the third season. You can find many of the Star Trek Costumes here."