- The original production company, Foundation Imaging, has since dissolved.
- After that, Netter Digital had gone bankrupt, so Foundation Imaging took over Season 2.
- In its later seasons, " Voyager " featured visual effects from Foundation Imaging and Digital Muse.
- Foundation Imaging was the studio responsible for special effects during " Babylon 5's " first three seasons.
- And you should only link the Wikimedia Foundation images to Wikimedia relevant things, like a search on another Wikimedia project.
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- Though originally planned for 2-D animation, Sony contracted Foundation Imaging to produce the episodes with 3-D computer animation.
- After the bankruptcy of Netter Digital and Foundation Imaging, Mainframe Entertainment took over the productions of the third season and the movies.
- First appearing in the season three episode, 3D model was designed and built by the Emmy Award winning co-founder of Foundation Imaging, Ron Thornton.
- Foundation Imaging delivered the required effects on time, prior to the deadline of April 30, even though they were still working on other episodes until two days prior.
- Foundation Imaging provided the special effects for the pilot film ( for which it won an Emmy ) and the first three seasons of the show, led by Ron Thornton.
- The series started using Foundation Imaging and Digital Muse in 1997 ( Seasons 6 and 7 ) for its effects as part of the ongoing storyline of the Dominion occupation of the station.
- Ron Thornton is widely believed to have coined the term " nurnies " referring to CGI technical detail that his company Foundation Imaging produced for the " Babylon 5 " series.
- First appearing in the season one episode, And the Sky Full of Stars, the 3D model was designed and built by the Emmy Award winning co-founder of Foundation Imaging, Ron Thornton.
- ""'Dan Dare : Pilot of the Future " "'is a computer-generated TV series produced first by Netter Digital then by Foundation Imaging, running to twenty-six 22-minute episodes.
- Season three's " The Swarm " was the first episode to use Foundation's effects exclusively . " Star Trek : Deep Space Nine " started using Foundation Imaging in conjunction with Digital Muse one year later ( season six ).