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Building Virtual Worlds

02 Sep 2011

Ever Wondered (TVNZ 7) searches high and low for answers to today's most challenging scientific questions. In an episode featuring New Zealand technology firms on the leading edge of Virtual World graphics, scientist John Watt visits Animation Research Limited in Dunedin. CEO Ian Taylor tells the story of ARL and Virtual Eye, and ARL programmer Geoff Bolton explains the process of developing the ball-tracking software used throughout Channel 9 Sports 'The Ashes 2010' Cricket coverage.

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Animation Research Limited, 8 Dowling Street, PO Box 5580, Dunedin 9016, New Zealand. ph +64 3 477 2995 or email info@arl.co.nz