In the early '90's Acclaim broke ground as the first motion capture stage dedicated to entertainment, featuring toolsets and methodologies that were over a decade ahead of it's time. It was here that the first digital double using motion capture was brought to life in film for BATMAN FOREVER and multi-platinum selling games like TUROK: DINOSAUR HUNTER were created. New pipeline and production methodologies were developed for creating the illusion of life in digital 3D through performances. This is a glimpse at the birth of a technology that defined a quantum leap from the hand drawn animation that was prevalent from the previous century and changed the landscape of realistic digital character animation. Remington Scott was Interactive Director at Acclaim and worked in the Advanced Technologies Group developing content for this new media.