February 7, 1990
The Mind’s Eye is a compilation of experimental computer animations from when such technology was in its early infancy. The animations are from various studios, having been arranged in a sort of “2001” evolution-timeline theme, and set to synthesized music. These pioneering CGI projects later gave rise to films such as Toy Story, A Bug’s Life, Antz, and Shrek.
October 9, 1992
BEYOND integrates the latest in computer animation technology and artistry with original music from renowned composer Jan Hammer. The Mind’s Eye, Miramar’s first computer animation odyssey, has been described as a “modern Fantasia” - this video steps BEYOND.
October 25, 1994
‘Alloy’ is faced with a vision of the year: 2075, doom. There is only one way to reverse the madness: collapse the universe into itself and begin again. Witness the rebirth, the awakening and the future of mankind. The regeneration is neither now nor then, but can only be reached through The Gate to the Mind’s Eye.
September 10, 1996
Computer animation compilation that features a soundtrack by Kerry Livgren and two more vocal tracks, One Dark World (sung by Darren Rogers) and Aspen Moon (sung by Livgren’s nephew Jacob). Odyssey Into The Mind’s Eye also features versions of CGI sequences from Johnny Mnemonic and Ecco: The Tides of Time. Released on VHS and DVD by Sony Music.
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