4 Ways 2001: A Space Odyssey Was a Visual-Effects Pioneer

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Four key engineering and cinematographic techniques helped Stanley Kubrick create a depiction of space in 2001: A Space Odyssey that still feels real half a century after the film’s release. These techniques also inspired countless films that came after Kubrick’s masterpiece.

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4 Ways 2001: A Space Odyssey Was a Visual-Effects Pioneer