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Interview: The Current State of the VFX Industry - Scott Ross, the founder of Digital Domain

AWN had a great interview with Scott Ross, the founder and former CEO & chairman of Digital Domain, about the current state of the VFX industry. 13 more words

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Christ Fellowship makes offer for former Digital Domain studios

Palm Beach Gardens-based Christ Fellowship, which has weekly attendance of more than 21,000 people, has made an offer to buy Tradition Studios, the former Digital Domain headquarters in Port St. 338 more words

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New release - Glass Hammer: The Breaking of the world

“The Breaking of the world” is the 17th Glass Hammer album, follow-up to last year’s “Ode to echo”. The album nine, 70’s driven progressive and symphonic tracks, are composed and performed by Steve Babb and Fred Schendel joined by Carl Groves, Susie Bogdanowicz, Kamran Alan Shikoh and Aaron Raulston. 28 more words

Digital Domain, Immersive Media Partner To Create Virtual-Reality Programming

Digital Domain Holdings and Immersive Media are partnering in a joint venture called IM360 to create hardware, software and actual shows for the intriguing new world of virtual-reality entertainment, 3-D video that surrounds a viewer and provides a completely enveloping visual experience. 452 more words

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Digital Domain Holdings, Immersive Media Form Joint Venture For Virtual Reality Content

Digital Domain Holdings Ltd., the parent company of visual effects studio Digital Domain, has entered into a joint venture with virtual reality tech provider Immersive Media to create content, including VR content. 268 more words

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In latest plot twist, buyer backs out of deal for empty Digital Domain building

PORT ST. LUCIE — Digital Domain came to town as an animator of shoot-em-ups. But the company’s painful, pricey financial saga has played more like a telenovela. 156 more words

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And the award for Best Visual Effects goes to...who cares?

You never hear about which film got the Oscar for Best Visual Effects. If you do, it’s because you accidentally unmuted the TV at the beginning of the ceremony where they hand out the awards for smaller accomplishments before announcing the accolades that most viewers tuned in to see: Best Actress, Best Actor, and Best Picture. 1,046 more words

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