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How technology is driving the next wave of film animation

The next generation of film animation will rely more heavily on technology and data processing than ever before.

A single DreamWorks film, like the soon-to-be-released How to Train Your Dragon 2, requires as many as 10,000 simultaneous computing cores, and 75 million computing hours, to render all the images. It also requires 250 TB of active disk space to store the film and deliver it to the servers and the artists. One movie is half a billion files, resulting in 250 billion pixels on screen. 

Read more about how the onus is being placed on technology companies to continue supplying the film industry with cutting-edge technology that will support and lead the next wave of film animation.

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