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Georgia Tech Machinima Group

Michael Nitsche and the Georgia Tech Machinima Group have launched a new site. The Group is "dedicated to the exploration and development of the full potential of machinima in both the technical and artistic arenas."

Members of the group have produced machinima as class projects, and some are noteworthy, such as Feisar's "June," which you can see at the Machinima Archive. The new Georgia Tech site also gathers together a variety of resources, including tools and samples, but also information on courses and publications. I'm fairly certain that they would welcome more information like this; contact information is available on the site.

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