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Judson Rosebush

Judson Rosebush (b. October 1, 1947, Wooster, Ohio) is a director and producer of multimedia products and computer animation, an author, artist and media theorist. He is the founder of Digital Effects Inc. and the Judson Rosebush Company. He is the former editor of Pixel Vision magazine, the serialized Pixel Handbook, and a columnist for CD-ROM Professional magazine. He has worked in radio and TV, film and video, sound, print, and hypermedia, including CD-ROM and the Internet. He has been an ACM National Lecturer since the late 1980s and is a recipient of its Distinguished Speaker Award. Rosebush graduated from the College of Wooster in 1969 and received a Ph.D. from Syracuse University in 1984. Rosebush began working in computer animation in 1970, founding the company Digital Effects Inc. in New York in 1978. As the first 3D digital computer animation company in New York, Digital Effects had to pioneer its own software. In 1986, two years after Digital Effects ceased operations, Rosebush founded the Judson Rosebush Company. Located in Carnegie Hall, the company produces consumer CD-ROMs, business-to-business CD-ROMs and websites.

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