Prix Ars Electronica 99

July 1999
Computer Graphics World;Jul99, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p52
Trade Publication
Focuses on the winners of Prix Ars Electronica competition organized by Austrian Broadcasting Company's Upper Austrian Regional Studio in 1999 in the category of computer animation and visual effects. Grand prize winner for computer animation; Prize money for computer animation winner; Prize winner for visual effects.


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