CGI (or Computer Generated Imaginographics) is a method of creating animation and special effects in television and movies, whereby a series of powerful computers are used to control robotic arms which painstakingly sculpt lifeless, rubbery models out of clay and then render them unconvincingly for extended periods of time in lieu of anything else happening in the film, at roughly sixty-two times the cost of conventional special effects.

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