Computer Graphics - From Hollywood, NASA and Beyond with Chris Ford
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for Computer Graphics - From Hollywood, NASA and Beyond have expired.
The last date listed for Computer Graphics - From Hollywood, NASA and Beyond was Monday January 14, 2008 / 7:00pm.
Most Popular Tours & Cruises Event Nearby:
- Full Price:
- $20.00 - $26.00
- Our Price:
- $10.00 - $13.00
The San Francisco Dungeon brings to life the authentic tales of the Bay Area's dark history, through theatrical actors, special effects, gripping storytelling and 360º sets. The hysterically horrible engaging stories will take you through 9 live actor led shows as you experience reenacted scenes from the colorful Gold Rush era to authentic tales about the Barbary Coast criminal gangs, Alcatraz, the Shanghai kelly boat ride and more. It's the ultimate live action expedition. See, hear, touch, smell and feel the experience of early San Francisco as you move from show to show guided by our professional actors. It's hilarious fun - and sometimes a little scary! Learn More
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.
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.
About the Ticket Supplier: Commonwealth Club
The Commonwealth Club of California is the nation’s oldest and largest public affairs forum, presenting over 400 annual events on topics ranging across politics, culture, society and the economy.
Founded in 1903, the Commonwealth Club has played host to a diverse and distinctive array of speakers, from Teddy Roosevelt in 1911 to Erin Brockovich in 2001. Along the way, Martin Luther King, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and Bill Gates have all given landmark speeches at the Club.