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multiplane

(ˈmʌltɪˌpleɪn)
n
(Aeronautics) an aircraft that has more than one pair of wings. Compare monoplane
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Her silhouette film technique involved elaborately detailed and jointed paper puppets, unique (at the time) multiplane camera techniques and fascinating experiments on film stock with wax and sand.
The first part of the book explores Disney's contribution to the development of animation technology and practice, with special emphasis on sound, coloration, and the multiplane camera.
He invented the multiplane camera in 1936, a camera that gave the illusion of depth in cartoons by making the images look more natural.
The earliest known drawings of Mickey Mouse - Animation cels of Disney's characters - Storyboards, a Disney innovation, that map out timeless film classics - The innovative Multiplane Camera that revolutionized animation - The unique Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Academy Award: one full-size Oscar and seven miniature castings - The one-eighth scale train he installed at his Hollywood home that spurred his vision for Disneyland - A model of the Disneyland of Walt's imagination
The third chapter also deals with realism in animation by considering two additional techniques: three-dimensional animation through the multiplane camera and hybrid productions featuring both animation and liveaction images.
Disney's multiplane camera, which yielded better looking, richer
At the time, Disney used groundbreaking animation techniques to create ``Pinocchio,'' including the multiplane camera, which allows for the illusion that the camera is moving through a scene as though it were live action.
He was responsible for such breakthroughs as the first cartoon with sound, the first color cartoon, the first use of the multiplane camera, the first use of stereophonic sound.