Video highlights Viz students' work on
animated shorts for Disney workshop


Students' efforts to create computer-animated videos in Texas A&M's Department of Visualization are highlighted in a new "Dimensions" video feature produced by the The Texas A&M University System.

"They Call Themselves Viz" is the latest presentation in "Dimensions," a documentary-style, short-video project that provides visual features of people and achievements in Texas A&M System universities.

In addition to talking with faculty and students, host Ruben Olague shows examples of student work from last summer's collaboration with visiting professionals from Walt Disney Animation Studios, focusing on their need to bridge the aesthetic and technical to bring their video creations to life.

The "Dimensions" video can be viewed online at

To see the student videos highlighted in the "Dimensions" presentation, visit the Department of Visualization's site. The videos are embedded at the bottom of the page under the feature, "Students Complete Summer Course with Walt Disney Animation Studios." The videos may also be viewed through archone.

For more on the Viz students' partnership with Disney to make the videos, visit


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