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VR: The Monkey King

Tony Tellado:  What’s going on with the digital domain in particular with Virtual Reality ?

Wayne Kennedy: Digital Domain as you know is a special effects company 25 years in the business works in some of the biggest movies that have been out there. 878 more words

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VR Review: 'Monkey King'

Digital Domain released the first three episodes of its first animated VR series “Monkey King” on Sony’s PlayStation VR Wednesday. Unfortunately, the series misses the mark while trying to tackle a famous legend. 376 more words

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LeEco Founder Exits As Chair Of Listed Arm; China Media Capital Raises $600M Fund; Unifrance Has New President - Global Briefs

Jia Yueting, the founder of China’s cash-strapped LeEco, has stepped down as Chairman of the internet and technology giant’s main listed unit, Leshi Internet Information. The move comes amid… 441 more words

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Beauty of the Beast: The cutting-edge effects behind Disney's hit

From feedproxy.google.com -The visual effects maestros at Digital Domain reveal how cutting-edge technology combined not one but two beastly performances by Dan Stevens.

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Digital Domain Holdings Reports $64 Million in Losses

Digital Domain Holdings, the Hong Kong-based visual effects and virtual reality group, saw losses in 2016 more than double to $64.3 million.

The core Digital Domain 3.0 business provided VFX for films including “Beauty and the Beast,” “Deadpool” and “X-Men: Apocalypse” during the year. 170 more words

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Qualcomm Boss Backs Digital Domain as VFX Firm Heads to Wanda Qingdao

Paul E. Jacobs, executive chairman of semiconductor giant Qualcomm, is to invest in Digital Domain Holdings, the parent company of storied digital effects creator Digital Domain 3.0 and a growing collection of virtual reality businesses. 318 more words

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SoftBank, China’s CITIC Invest in Digital Domain

Digital Domain Holdings, the Hong Kong-listed parent of special effect firm Digital Domain 3.0, has received financial backing from Japanese tech giant SoftBank, Chinese state investment group CITIC and a private investor. 222 more words

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