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Crystal Ball

It hasn't taken long for the idea of pre-visualization to catch on as a tool in the commercial visual effects business. It's only been around since the mid- to late 1990s, but today doing a pre-vis is standard operating procedure at the high-end effects houses that handle the most complex...

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