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Carter, Chris P. (2014) Australian Animation. In Goldsmith, Ben, Ryan, Mark David, & Lealand, Geoff (Eds.) Directory of World Cinema : Australia and New Zealand 2. Intellect Ltd., Bristol. (In Press)
Carter, Chris P. (2014) Digital beings : an opportunity for Australian visual effects. Animation Studies, 9.
Carter, Chris P. (2013) An Analysis of the Character Animation in Disney’s Tangled. Senses of Cinema.
Bennett, Joel & Carter, Chris P. (2014) Adopting virtual production for animated filmaking. In Prakash, Edmond (Ed.) 7th Annual International Conference on Computer Games, Multimedia and Allied Technology (CGAT 2014), 24-25 March 2014, Singapore.
Carter, Chris P., Van Opdenbosch, Paul, & Bennett, Joel (2013) Establishing virtual production as a research and teaching activity at QUT. In Chova, Gomez, Martinez, A. Lopez, & Torres, I. Candel (Eds.) INTED 2013 Conference Proceedings, IATED, Valencia, Spain, pp. 6590-6594.
Zheng, Chenlin (Andy), Carter, Chris P., & Oloyede, Adekunle (2013) Using 3D visualisation to understand human articular cartilage deterioration. In INTED2013 Proceedings, IATED, Valencia, Spain, pp. 6627-6632.
Carter, Chris P. (2011) Animateur : participatory studio-based learning in computer graphics animation. In INTED2011 Proceedings, IATED, Valencia, Spain, pp. 3733-3737.
Carter, Chris P., Van Opdenbosch, Paul, Bennett, Joel, & Mohr, Steven (2013) Motion capture and the future of virtual production. In Ignite13! Creative Industries Postgraduate Research Conference, 3rd October 2013, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD. (Unpublished)
Carter, Chris P. & Van Opdenbosch, Paul (2012) Winds of Change. [Film/Video]
Carter, Chris P. & Van Opdenbosch, Paul (2011) Tragic tale of Surachai. [Film/Video]
Carter, Chris P. (2012) Frames of Anime: Culture and Image-Building. Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 7(2), pp. 205-210.
Carter, Chris P. (2010) "Re-imagining animation : the changing face of the moving image by Paul Wells and Johnny Hardstaff" (Book Review). Senses of Cinema.