[AG-TECH] [SEMINAR] "Linux Movie Technology" Robin Rowe (Wed 9/25/02)

Lawrence A. Rowe Rowe at bmrc.berkeley.edu
Sun Sep 22 14:53:48 CDT 2002

BERKELEY MIG SEMINAR (http://bmrc.berkeley.edu/mig)

Seminar: "Linux Movie Technology"
Speaker: Robin Rowe (MovieEditor.com)
Date/Time: Wed Sept 25, 2002 12:00-1:30 PDT (8-9:30 PM GMT)
Place: 405 Soda Hall, UC Berkeley
Webcast: http://bmrc.berkeley.edu/bibs/instance?prog=1&group=25&inst=851


Linux animation and special effects are part of more than thirty feature
films including Star Wars Episode II, Lord of the Rings, and Shrek. How
did a free operating system created by a unversity student as a hobby
become the most popular platform for Hollywood production? How are
Disney, DreamWorks, ILM, Paramount, Pixar, Sony Pictures, Universal, and
other studios using it? And, what does it all mean for the future of
Linux and Hollywood? 

*Robin Rowe is a partner in MovieEditor.com, a contributing editor for
Linux Journal, and founder of LinuxMovies.org.

Professor Lawrence A. Rowe          Internet: Rowe at BMRC.Berkeley.EDU
Computer Science Division - EECS       Phone: 510-642-5117
University of California, Berkeley       Fax: 510-642-5615
Berkeley, CA 94720-1776            URL: http://bmrc.berkeley.edu/~larry

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