Kleiser-Walczak brings years of innovation to the production of computer-generated animation, visual effects and live action for feature films, special venue attractions, television and advertising. Established in 1987, the award-winning company features an extraordinary team of artists dedicated to stretching the boundaries of visual entertainment with innovative partners and clients. In addition to creating breakthrough experiences for special venue clients and innovative animation and visual effects for commercials, features and television, Kleiser-Walczak has a tradition of making experimental films and shorts. Kleiser-Walczak first coined the term Synthespian in 1989 to describe the studio's animated 3D characters that move with believably life-like motion. They also helped create Ramona.