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[next big challenge for computers] "Well, a lot of people are going for digital humans, which I don't care about, but a lot of people are interested in that, and I think that's the next step. I'm hoping that we can get 3-D into movie theaters, and then we can start designing scenes with depth perception. And that's on its way. As soon as all the digital projectors get in there, then that's going ...
His parents advised him to major in business at Pasadena City College and California State University at Los Angeles, where he received an A.A. degree. But in his first year in college, Muren created a 16-millimeter science fiction film, "The Equinox." The movie was picked up by a distributor, who added 40 minutes to it, blew it up to 35-millimeter, and released it; Muren made back his $8,000 ...