Daystar Media Group said it has begun operations based in Marlboro, MA.
The new shop said it will provide CGI (computer graphics imaging), animation, multimedia and corporate communications, audio and Web page development for the high-tech, gaming, feature film, and advertising industries in New England.
Daystar said its staff of artists, animators, project managers, and audio engineers has developed CD-ROM titles such as 7th Guest, Boggle, Yahtzee, The Horde, and Voodoo Lounge; regional and national television ad campaigns for AT&T, Coke, and Samsung; and feature film work for Tri-Star pictures (“Johnny Mnemonic”).
“We are excited about offering local corporations the best in graphics, animation, and audio development for their multimedia needs,” said Stephen M. Woodard, president of Daystar. “Our creative talent and years of project management experience are a clear advantage to clients in Boston and New England.”
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