The war tools are getting smarter, we have drone planes, exoskeletons and smart bombs. The war of the future is in the machines, with hackers taking control of our weapons.

Agency: 72andSunny CCO: Glenn Cole Client: Call of Duty CD/Writer: Jason Norcross CD/Designer: Matt Murphy CD/Interactive Designer: Peter Novosel Senior Designer/Writer: Rey Andrade Senior Writer: Josh Fell Brand Director: Mike Parseghian Brand Manager: Jen Marvin Brand Coordinator: Justin Gonzaga Director of Film Production: Sam Baerwald Producer: Eric Rasco Producer: Dan Ruth Business Affairs: Christine Claussen Business Affairs: Saeyoung Kim Production Company: RSA Director: Amir Bar-Lev DP: Adam Richards Line Producer: Michael Bernstein EP: Tom Dunlap Editorial: Stitch Editor: Dan Swietlik Producer: Chris Girard Asst. Editor: Chris Catanach Asst. Editor: Adam Wood Asst. Editor: Alex Tedesco Finishing Artist: Mitch Gardiner Finishing Assistant: Louis Schachte Producer: Sarah Schachte EP: Stacey Altman Audio Post: Lime Mixer: Rohan Young Sound Design: Barking Owl Sound Designer: Michael Anastasi EP: Kelly Bayett Motion Graphics: Logan EP: Matt Marquis ECD: Ben Conrad Telecine: MPC Colorist: Mark Gethin Producer: Amanda Ornelas Music Production: The Rumor Mill Music: J. Ralph
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    AnonymousCoward (not verified)

    This future sounds so exciting. I'm really glad that we're replicating it virtually to reach the minds of those who can't make it to the actual war. You know, the 13-18 demographic. Great work!

    May 04, 2012

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