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Next Limit Wins an Academy Award

Realflow Acknowledged as First Widely-Adopted System for Simulation of Realistic Liquids
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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has granted a Technical Achievement Award® to Victor Gonzalez, Ignacio Vargas and Angel Tena for the creation of the RealFlow™ software application, recognizing the significant contribution RealFlow™ has made to the process of making motion pictures.

The Technical Achievement Award® will be presented to the RealFlow™ developers during the Academy’s annual Awards Presentation Dinner and Ceremony which will be held at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on Saturday, February 9, 2008 in Los Angeles, USA.

Gonzalez, Vargas and Tena will be honored for their hard work creating and developing RealFlow™, which has been hailed by the Scientific and Technical Awards Committee as "the first widely-adopted, commercially-available, easy-to-use system for the simulation of realistic liquids in motion picture visual effects".


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