Sharp eyes- big teeth
Prof. Markus Fischmann
Dr. Annette Richter
“Sharp eyes- big teeth“ is a prehistoric documentation about the Tyrannosaurus Rex. It is a completely 3D animated stereoscope Film, which describes the important features of the Tyrannosaurus Rex, while he was hunting. The film presents updated science-based findings, wrapped in a amazing little scenario. The focus point is the three-dimensional-view of the Tyrannosaurus Rex, which was allowing him to uncover his prey. The stereoscope images are entertaining the audience but also supporting the plot visual.
The permanent exchange with the paleontologist and geologist Dr. Annette Richter from the lower saxony state museum Hanover allowed us to realize a shortfilm, which entertains on a high level and demonstrate current scientifical informations at the same time.
At the State Museum Hanover it will be a constant video-exhibit for the future, showed in a dinosaur partition and entertaining kids and also grown-ups.
The project was developed at the University of Applied Arts and Science Hanover in cooperation with the State Museum Hanover.
Its impressive to create something died-out and to know it could perhaps have been like this is a fascinating motivation. The human will never have the chance to see something like this, that is the moment where computer Animation should be come in.