As part of the digital revolution, the basic process of film development and color correction found itself in its own renaissance. At the leading edge of this revolution, Post Logic Studios found itself creating one of the first fully automated color-correction facilities. The studio’s work centers around a typical screening room where engineers can modify the actual color, in real time, of the movie being presented on the screen in front of them. They can change anything from the color of a subject’s eyes to the color of the entire frame and, once changed, the correction can be tracked throughout the movie. As with most of today’s technology, the “magic” behind what one sees is concealed. To capture what is behind this technological curtain, the architects created a series of screens that allude to a depth just beyond the observer’s vision, highlighting the creative process that is taken for granted in this 2-D art.