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    Visual effects today are exploding in all directions, from microscopic particles to the global view of 360-VR video. Tonight, Michele Yamazaki, VP of Marketing for Toolfarm, shares her thoughts on the latest technology and where the trends of today will take us tomorrow.

    What do you get when you combine a titanium bomb with a hand-held fire extinguisher? An exploding Death Star. Tonight, Bruce Logan, the visual effects wizard behind Star Wars, Tron, Airplane, and many other features talks about how today's effects got their start.

    Visual effects for 360-VR are very different from traditional filmmaking. Tonight, Nancy Eperjesy, president of Mettle, talks about the challenges in creating effects for a 360-world.

    Mistika is a creative VFX system capable of real-time work at 8K resolutions and beyond. Combining VFX tools with traditional color grading, it is built on a common foundation of metadata, as Miguel Angel Doncel, CEO of SGO, explains.

    The best way to improve the quality of your visual effects is to improve the sound effects underneath them. Tonight, Ric Viers, CEO, Blastwave FX, joins with with a series of announcements all designed to improve the quality of our effects.

    James DeRuvo, Senior Writer at DoddleNEWS, has a multi-faceted career that spans radio, film and publishing. With experience covering technology in the video industry for nearly 20 years, James presents our weekly DoddleNEWS Update.

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