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Just as we merge virtual and physical aspects of 3D sound (re)production, we approach much of our visual production by merging physical sculpture with the virtual.

While this merging of three-dimensional objects with the digital realm informs the quality of visual 3D-ness achieved in the final content, maintaining a hands-on approach in the making can also translate into suggestions for potential tactile engagement for the end-audience.

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