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Nick Jushchyshyn

Nick Jushchyshyn

Assistant Professor of Digital Media

Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design

Contact:

nej29@drexel.edu

215.895.2401

Jushchyshyn draws on more than two decades of experience in creating visual effects for film and television. His experience includes working on feature films including “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” I am Number Four,” “Let Me In,” The Last Air Bender” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” – which won an Oscar for Best Visual Effects.

 

At Drexel he continues to push the limits of visual effects film production. He developed a 3-D camera that was used to produce an immersive, virtual reality documentary about the biomechanics of dinosaurs. He can comment on the evolving techniques and technology behind visual effects and the history of how effects have been used in motion pictures and television.

 

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For news media inquiries, contact Britt Faulstick at bef29@drexel.edu, 215.895.2617. 

In the News

  • Check Out This Drexel-Made VR Film on a Massive Dinosaur

    Nicholas Jushchyshyn, an assistant professor in Westphal College, was mentioned in an Aug. 31 Technically Philly post about a virtual reality film created by a graduate student in the College using scans of a giant dinosaur bones discovered by Drexel paleontologists. 

  • Watch This Massive Dinosaur Come to Life in Virtual Reality

    Nicholas Jushchyshyn, an assistant professor in Westphal College, was mentioned in a June 6 Technically Philly story about the development of an immersive virtual reality film featuring a 3-D recreation of a supermassive dinosaur discovered in Patagonia by Drexel researchers. 

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