Okay so my video teacher went down to Ohio University for a meeting and one of the main film school teachers and Ohio University, which OU has the biggest film school thing i think in Ohio but she said one of the main professors at the film school there talked about how everything is going to be 3D and virtual in the future and soon like the next 20 years or so, everything will be 3D and virtual and he talked about how young students are in the digital era where they were born with digital stuff and television and all of that and he said that Americans should learn how to work with 3D graphics and CGI cause in the future everything will be virtual and 3D and Japan is already on it so if American doesnt learn how to do that Japan will blow Hollywood out of the way. I just want to know your opinions and/or facts about this. Is this college professor really for real or is he over blowing it and just giving his opinion or is he totally clueless and it wont be coming soon or ever? Cause I hate CGI i feel its one of the worst things to of happened and people now just over use it and its really bad. I am an aspiring filmmaker and I don’t my whole life to make 3D virtual shit unless I can make it all life action and then people can sit in theaters with 3D classes or some shit. But I am not an animator and I am just really worried if this is how Hollywood will be in the near future. Is this OU guy right or is he over blowing it or is completely incorrect?