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Video Games Meet Real Life in ‘Immersion’ by Rooster Teeth

6 December 2010 8:31 PM, PST | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

Rooster Teeth is the Austin-based entertainment company responsible for popularizing the filmmaking art of machinima. For the unitiated, machnima is the use of video game engines to render graphics in real-time and generate computer animations. Savvy filmmakers use environments from first-person shooters (games like Doom, Quake, or Halo), control characters' actions and camera angles with the use of video game controllers, record the footage, and presto! Make wildly popular, financially viable, and incredibly entertaining web series. Burnie Burns, Gus Sorola, Geoff Ramsey, and the rest of the team at Rooster Teeth Productions have created a number of machinima entertainment properties since the launch of the original Red vs. Blue in 2003. The shows are successful, sustainable and bring in enough income to support Rooster Teeth's production staff because they're relatively cheap to make and comprised of compelling storylines. Burns and company have a knack for infusing relatable, human attributes - character, »

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