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Dennis Blakey

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  • Dennis Blakey is a visual effects and computer graphics artist, inventor and producer that began using Wavefront 3D software in 1986, and Side Effects Software since it's beginning. He is noted for receiving a visual effects Emmy in 1993 for creating the morphing effects on the pilot episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

  • Dennis Blakey is a visual effects and computer graphics artist, inventor and producer that began using Wavefront 3D software in 1986, and Side Effects Software since it's beginning. His early computer graphics work includes Project Galileo at JPL, creating the morphing effects for the security character "Odo" on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for which he received a visual effects Emmy in 1993, and film visual effects and animation for Digital Domain and Walt Disney Feature Animation, now Walt Disney ...

  • Dennis Blakey

    Dennis Blakey is a visual effects and computer graphics artist, inventor and producer that began using Wavefront 3D software in 1986, and Side Effects Software since it's beginning. His early computer graphics work includes Project Galileo at JPL, creating the morphing effects for the security character "Odo" on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for which he received a visual effects Emmy in 1993, and film visual effects and animation for Digital Domain and Walt Disney Feature Animation, now Walt Disney Animation Studios. He ran his own invention company with software and hardware projects full time for four years, and returned to visual effects on the discovery that inventions ahead of their time are not always well received. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles.