First use of photogrammetry in movie, advanced city CGI animation
Video (4K HDR)
1) First use of photogrammetry in movie - CGI first-person image-based modeling technique. Wire-frame 3-D models were created from photographs or real, still objects. The photos were then reemployed as texture maps, augmented with additional paint work. This allowed for high-speed, photo-realistic camera movements around (or inside and through) objects - and other seemingly impossible feats. Techique later use in The Matrix (1999).
2) Directed by Roland Emmerich.
4) Learn about first photogrammetry video here - The Campanile (1997).