Except anime doesn't really classify as the uncanny valley.
That much I
know; it seems that most people in North America don't know that, conditioned as they are to believe that the style of Pixar and contemporaries is the only style to animate something in.
Also, film/tv professionals don't use DAZ studios because it's generally shitty.
Yes, I can see that, but for Tim Vining, it was all that he had (and the rub is, it works better for Star Trek
, because it at least looks
realistic and is close enough to TAS
for it to become the success for most of the people that have seen it.)