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Title: Telon crisis.
Authors: Lim, Yeong Chian.
Keywords: DRNTU::Visual arts and music::Animation::3D
Issue Date: 2013
Abstract: Telon Crisis is a 3D animated title sequence directed and produced by Lim Yeong Chian. It is a project detailing a fight between an autonomous female android and a spiritual monster-like creature. The only possible way to defeat it is a device that has been integrated into the android’s mechanical body beneath her synthetic skin. Mankind’s flagship spacecraft “Ascalon” comes under attack by a Reglimis fleet. One of their kind managed to board but was detected by “N.A.O”, an experimental autonomous female android currently still under development by Armoury Corp. She resides in her capsule aboard the Ascalon in which recharging and repairs to her body was taking place. Upon detection of the intruder, she wakes up to help repel it from the ship. N.A.O is an acronym for “Neutralization of Aggressive Organisms”. The power supply required to power her body has enough juice for the “Dimension Shift Device” to function at its maximum potential. Telon Crisis is a photorealistic 3D animated title sequence that aims to create a narrative that is driven by the actions and dynamisms between the protagonist and antagonist. Movements of the credit texts assist in complimenting the movements of the actions like an after image of sorts.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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