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THIRTEEN KIDS

Math in Special Effects: Introduction

  • Aired: 05/16/2012
  • 02:44
  • Rating: NR
Jeremy Chernick from J&M Special Effects discusses how he ended up creating effects as a career, then introduces a challenge about the algebra behind lighting high-speed special effects like explosions.
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Jeremy Chernick sets up a challenge about lighting high-speed special effects.
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