Digital Frontier

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Digital Frontier Inc. (株式会社デジタル・フロンティア, Kabushiki gaisha Dejitaru Furontia), also called as Frontier Pictures, Inc. (株式会社フロンティア・ピクチャーズ, Kabushiki gaisha Furontia Pikuchazu) is a motion picture production company in Japan with a distinguished large scale CG production department. The company is equipped with motion capture studio called "OPAKIS" in Odaiba, Tokyo.[1]

The company started producing CG works in 1994 as a new section of TYO Image Enterprise. In 1997 Digital Frontier moved to Daikanyama and became a subsidiary of TYO Corporation then three years later it became corporate company Digital Frontier Inc. as it is known today. Its earlier works are Death Note (live action film) and Appleseed (CG film).[2][3] In 2010, Digital Frontier’s parent company changed from TYO Inc. to Fields Corporation, which is specialized in planning and development, and sales of pachinko machines.[4] The company has subsidiaries in Malaysia, Taiwan, and Japan.[5]

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  1. ^ "次世代映像制作を担う:モーションキャプチャスタジオ開設", Cgworld, 90: 25, February 2006 
  2. ^ "デジタル最前線:大ヒット話題作「デスノート」の制作". CG-ARTS協会. Retrieved 12 September 2011. 
  3. ^ "デジタル・フロンティア×クレッセント". Video Journal. Retrieved 26 September 2011. 
  4. ^ "デジタル・フロンティア譲渡価額は6億5000万円に". 株式会社アニメアニメジャパン. Retrieved 12 September 2011. 
  5. ^ China Screen News
  6. ^ "PRODUCTION LOUNGE", Cgworld, 178: 133, June 2013 
  7. ^ Jellyfish Eyes
  8. ^ "GANTZ", Cgworld, 151: 34–37, March 2011 
  9. ^ "LOUNGE CHANNEL", Cgworld, 151: 87, March 2011 
  10. ^ Resident Evil: DAMNATION
  11. ^ "鉄拳ブラッド・ベンジェンス", Cgworld, 157: 18–41, September 2011 
  12. ^ Resident Evil: DEGENERATION
  13. ^ "フルCGで見せる人気コミックの世界:アタゴオルは猫の森", Cgworld, 99: 32–33, November 2006 

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