02.06.2005 08:00 AM
Microsoft and Digital Dimension team up for Super Bowl visual effects


The one-minute opening sequence of Super Bowl XXXIX on FOX will be created by Digital Dimension using a Windows Server System.
Digital Dimension, a visual effects and animation studio, will use Microsoft’s Windows Server System to create the visual effects for the one-minute opening sequence of Super Bowl XXXIX.

Digital Dimension developed a customized system based on its technologies to efficiently manage high volumes of information. The use of Windows SharePoint Services enabled the company to create an integrated information “dashboard” for sharing notes, collaborating on projects and managing workflow with greater efficiency.

To accommodate the mobility of many of its project managers, Digital Dimension will provide each manager with a Tablet PC with wireless network connectivity. Using the Tablet PC will make it easier for the managers to interact with key information at any location

Digital Dimension built its entire production environment on Windows Server System-integrated software and .NET Framework-based solutions.

For more information, visit www.microsoft.com/windowsserversystem.

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