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Debevec to Join USC's Technology Center

May 15, 2000|KAREN KAPLAN

The Institute for Creative Technologies, the USC-operated Army research center that develops technology in conjunction with the entertainment industry, is expected to announce today that Paul E. Debevec has joined ICT as its executive director. Debevec, 31, is an award-winning computer visualist whose computer graphics techniques were used to create the "bullet time" effects in the movie "The Matrix." The former UC Berkeley researcher won several awards last year for "Fiat Lux," a computer-animated film that was included in the documentary "The Story of Computer Graphics."

For the Record
Los Angeles Times Monday May 22, 2000 Home Edition Business Part C Page 3 Financial Desk 1 inches; 34 words Type of Material: Correction
USC official's title--An item in the May 15 Heard on the Beat column incorrectly stated the title of computer graphics specialist Paul E. Debevec. He is executive producer for graphics research at USC's Institute for Creative Technologies.

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