British designer Bill Dudley caused quite a stir in London last year with his groundbreaking sets for Tom Stoppard's trilogy at the National Theatre, The Coast of Utopia. A mammoth, nine-hour 19th century epic that spanned 1833-1865, covered three continents, and featured 31 actors playing 70 characters, Dudley was asked to convey over 15 locations in each play. For a solution, he turned to the world of video projection, specifically 3D computer animation, depicting shores, shipwrecks, pine ...

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