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Anime International Company Inc. (株式会社アニメ・インターナショナルカンパニー Kabushiki gaisha Anime Intānashonaru Kanpanī?), often abbreviated as AIC, is a Japanese anime studio with headquarters in Nerima, Tokyo.[1]

The company was founded on July 15, 1982. In addition to producing anime for domestic consumption in Japan, AIC has provided animation assistance on other animated series such as Inspector Gadget. AIC has seven divisions named "AIC A.S.T.A.", "AIC Build", "AIC Classic", "AIC Digital", "AIC PLUS+", "AIC Spirits" and "AIC Takarazuka". In 2001, they created the anime cut-scene portion of the opening and ending scene in the anime style video game Oni. As of June 2006, AIC has commenced a joint-project with Singapore's NTU to develop the CACANI system, a software that generates inbetweens from keyframes.

Please note that some of the titles on the following lists were originally produced by Artmic before that company went of out business. Only the titles now owned by AIC are listed.

OVAs

TV series

Movies

Other

See also

  • Cacani
  • Artmic - Former Japanese studio that originally produced a lot of titles AIC now has.

References

  1. "Company Profile." Anime International Company. Retrieved on February 26, 2010.

External links

zh:AIC

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