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On this page, you may download movies and images that we produced from our numerical simulations. You are welcome to use this material for illustrative purposes in talks or posters. Note however that the selection below is not complete. Additional visualization material can be found on the pages that describe indididual projects in more detail, e.g.: The Millennium Simulation Project The Hubble Volume Project Intermediate-Scale Simulations Higher Resolution Simulations in smaller boxes We have loosely grouped the available movies and images into different categories. Note however that both the simulation and visualization techniques employed in each case may vary widely within each category. Also note that the images contained on this page are only a small selection from our pool of simulation pictures. Further material with more detailed explanations of the scientific background of each simulation can be found on the pages of individual projects.
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These movies shows the evolution of halos with quiescent and violent merging histories, respectively. Quiescent history [mpeg-1, 2.3 MB, 240x288] Violent history [mpeg-1, 2.9 MB, 240x288] Credit: Matthias Steinmetz Simulation code: GrapeSPH
The movies above are encoded in a variety of different formats, ranging from MPEG-1 to MPEG-4 (divx). Depending on your system, you may have to install additional software to properly play them, and on some systems, playback may not be possible at all, unfortunately. On Linux, you can play all formats using the Mplayer application. For divx5 support, you should first install the divx5-codec (free), and then compile Mplayer. On Windows, you can also install the free divx5 package, which also contains a player application. The quicktime format can be played using the quicktime player from Apple. MPEG-1/2 playback should be possible with software DVD-player applications. On Mac OS, the free version of divx5 should allow a playback of our movies in the built-in quicktime player.
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Initially, these movies were released annually as part of Toei's springtime 'Anime Fair' events, always as a double feature with various Digimon films. After the third movie (released in 2002), Toei discontinued the fair, and all subsequent movies were produced as standalone features (with the exception of the eleventh movie, released as a double feature with Toriko 3D Movie: Kaimaku! Gourmet Adventure!! for Toei's 2011 'Jump Heroes' event).
Most of the movies have completely original stand-alone plots set broadly around the contemporary story arc, but movies 8 and 9 directly adapt storylines from the manga. For the first nine movies, Eiichiro Oda was not involved in the films any more than other anime projects; This changed with the production of movie 10, for which Oda wrote the story and served as executive producer. Oda would also be heavily involved in movies 12, 13, and 15, for which he is credited as "general producer" (総合プロデューサー, sōgō purodyūsā?). These four movies all carry the subtitle 'One Piece Film'.
Three of these movies had shorts accompanying them: The Adventure on Clockwork Island with Jango's Dance Carnival, Chopper's Island of Strange Animals with Dream Soccer King, and The Curse of the Sacred Sword with Take Aim! The Pirate Baseball King.
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In June 2012, screenwriter Damon Lindelof was hired to rewrite the film's third act, with reshoots scheduled to begin that September or October. He was brought in as a new set of eyes not burdened by all the history of the script and said: "[Brad Pitt] took me through how excited he was when he read the book, what was exciting for him, the geopolitical aspect of it. But when we started working on the script, a lot of that stuff had to fall away for the story to come together." Lindelof explained that there were inefficiencies in the script in relation to the shooting that started before the script was finalized, making the ending "abrupt and incoherent", and that the film was missing a large chunk of footage. He presented two options to executives, who ultimately chose to shoot 30 to 40 minutes of additional footage to change the ending. However, Lindelof, who also reworked Prometheus and co-wrote Star Trek Into Darkness, did not have time to script the new ending, so in July Paramount hired his Lost partner Drew Goddard to finish the work. Goddard later told Creative Screenwriting: "To me the big lesson of World War Z was that Paramount, Plan B and Brad Pitt simply said, 'Let's take the time to make this movie the best version of the movie before we put it on the screen for audience.' [sic] That doesn't happen a lot. A lot of times they just throw the movie out there and say, 'We'll make all our money opening weekend and then the movie will go away.' I came away from it thinking, 'Why don't we do this on more movies?'" 350c69d7ab