You may have watched the movie Transformer: Revenge of the Fallen. If you are true sci-fi fan, we would definitely suggest you to watch it atleast once if you haven’t. The mind boggling, metal scratching, bone crunching special effects have never been seen before. Ever wondered what did take to make a movie like this?
The overall rendering of the movie took a disk space size of 140 terabytes (TB)! The original Transformer took just 20 TB. Believe it or not, rendering for some frames took as much as 72 hours, each! So the ILM (Industrial Light & Magic) team took assistance of 26 processors at the same time to make life a little easier. Devastator which is the largest Decepticon, had 13 million polygons and 52,632 parts!
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