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    Visual Effects Could Change How Movies Are Made in The Futurei
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    April 09, 2014 2:22 AM
    When you watch a movie these days, it’s difficult to tell what’s real and what’s created in a computer. In the future, visual effects could even alter how movies are made. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles on how far this area of movie making has come and the next frontier in creating movie magic.

    Visual Effects Could Change How Movies Are Made in The Future

    Published April 08, 2014

    When you watch a movie these days, it’s difficult to tell what’s real and what’s created in a computer. In the future, visual effects could even alter how movies are made. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles on how far this area of movie making has come and the next frontier in creating movie magic.


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