Caryn Thurman • May 19th, 2005
Here's an interesting example of history, literature and technology intersecting ... Using photographs, computer imagery, 3-D animation and scans from Thomas' death mask, photographer Bernard Mitchell has created a virtual likeness of the Welsh poet
reading his own work -- in his own voice. While there is no existing footage of the real Dylan Thomas, the five minute digital film clip takes advantage of the audio recordings he left behind.