Unfortunately, 99% of the images were computer generated. The 4D Ultrasound pictures of the dogs were the only "real" pictures from what I can tell. They stated at the beginning of the show that it was computer generated based on all the available info.<br><br>Still, it was a very cool show. We saw a similar one about a month ago that dealt with humans and it was just as good. Coming in January, they are scheduled to have another similar show about multiple pregnancies.<br><br>I remember the good-ole-days when this type of stuff was on the Discovery Channel regularly. You know, before it turned into a motorcycle/hot-rod channel.<br><br>CreativeGuy for daily tips, tricks and commentary on all things graphic design.
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No, Giz. That CG stuff is baloney. Now, the man landing on the moon was fake. We all know that. But the stuff last night was for real. I got that straight from the Easter Bunny. And in February, they're doing another In The Womb thing with baby motorcycles. Kewl!<br><br>
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