Wolf, Ellen
March 2003
Millimeter;Mar2003, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p29
Trade Publication
Reports on the recipients of the 2002 Academy Awards for Scientific and Technical achievements in the U.S. Recognition given to Alias/Wavefront for developing the three-dimensional computer graphics software Maya; Award received by Side Effects' venerable Prisms procedural animation tool; Views of the Academy on procedural animation. INSET: COMPLETE LIST OF HONOREES.


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