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Mystery, Desire, Superstition & Fear : New Projects from the Visual Effects Research Lab. / Richardson, Peter.

2010. Paper presented at ETH Zurich Computer Science Distinguished Colloquium Series, Zurich, Switzerland.

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Richardson, P 2010, 'Mystery, Desire, Superstition & Fear: New Projects from the Visual Effects Research Lab', Paper presented at ETH Zurich Computer Science Distinguished Colloquium Series, Zurich, Switzerland, 13/12/10. <http://www.inf.ethz.ch/news/events/details/index_DE?id=1256>

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Richardson, P. (2010). Mystery, Desire, Superstition & Fear: New Projects from the Visual Effects Research Lab. Paper presented at ETH Zurich Computer Science Distinguished Colloquium Series, Zurich, Switzerland. http://www.inf.ethz.ch/news/events/details/index_DE?id=1256

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Richardson P. Mystery, Desire, Superstition & Fear: New Projects from the Visual Effects Research Lab. 2010. Paper presented at ETH Zurich Computer Science Distinguished Colloquium Series, Zurich, Switzerland.

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Richardson, Peter. / Mystery, Desire, Superstition & Fear : New Projects from the Visual Effects Research Lab. Paper presented at ETH Zurich Computer Science Distinguished Colloquium Series, Zurich, Switzerland.

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