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TEDxTraverse City Davvid Kenneth The Science and art of 3D

David began his career in the entertainment industry working in physical production on feature films and television series. After several years in production, the opportunity to work in the post production realm arose in 2003 when David joined the independent studio Threshold Digital. While at Threshold, he supervised and produced the visual effects on several projects,including the theme park ride Mission: Space at Disney' s Epcot Center. David then continued on to become the VFX producer on the Paramount Pictures stereoscopic attraction Star Trek: Borg Invasion 4D, a project which ignited his interest in the world of stereo 3D and large format entertainment.During his career, David has played a role in the success of several projects like Spiderman II, which won an Oscar for best visual effects, the Emmy-winning mini-series The Triangle, and in 2010 was nominated for an Emmy for his work on the documentary The Crumbling of America. David has received dozens of Telly Awards -- honors given for excellence in commercial production -- for clients such as Honda and Motorola, among others.Since forming I.E. Effects in 2006, David and his team have worked on numerous traditional 2D films, such as Sam Raimi' s Drag Me To Hell, hundreds of hours of television programming,and high-profile corporate projects. They also brought their expertise to 3D film projects like Michael Jackson' s tribute film This is it, Nutcracker in 3D, Gulliver' s Travels, and the groundbreaking 3D centerpiece to the 2010 World' s Fair in Shanghai. Currently, David is directing and producing the first 3D hosted television show for Sony Entertainment and continues to serve as a stereoscopic 3D advisor on several projects across the globe
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