Computer Graphics - From Hollywood, NASA and Beyond with Chris Ford
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<p>Witness the birth of the galaxy, navigate through Saturn's rings and take a trip on the Mars rover. Join us for this visually-rich multimedia exploration through the universe as Ford describes how the evolution of computer graphic techniques has allowed us to experience spectacular celestial settings with data-driven accuracy.
</p> <p>As Business Director at Pixar Animation Studios, Ford has managed some of the most advanced computer graphic software that have appeared in such Hollywood blockbusters like Finding Nemo and Star Wars episodes I-III. </p>
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