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Eddie Robison is a visual effects artist who worked on several episodes of Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise.

While working for Digital Muse in 1999, Robison was responsible for building and animating the Nova class model based upon Rick Sternbach's design. Prior to that work for "Equinox" and "Equinox, Part II" he had worked on another Voyager episode, "Someone to Watch Over Me".

In 2001, after joining Eden FX, he worked on the Enterprise pilot "Broken Bow" adding digital tongue-extensions for the butterfly dancers. (Star Trek Monthly issue 106, p. 44)

He then worked on the episodes "Terra Nova", "Breaking the Ice" and "Rogue Planet". For his work as lead digital effects artist on "Breaking the Ice" he was nominated for a 2002 Emmy Award in the category Outstanding Individual Achievement in Special Visual Effects alongside Adam Buckner, John Gross, Steven Rogers, Paul Hill, Adam Howard, Greg Rainoff, Fred Pienkos, and David Stipes.

For the episode "A Night in Sickbay", a CGI tongue extension was created for Phlox by Robison. (Star Trek Monthly issue 106, p. 44)

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