Best practices for creating production VR Projects outlined with help of contributors from Legend3D and The World Building Institute.
Filmmakers Steve Martino, Richard Starzak, Mark Burton, Charlie Kaufman, Duke Johnson, Pete Docter, Jonas Rivera, Pete Sohn and Denise Ream react to the news of the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Award nominations.
Awards show and international conference for 3D animation & still, visual effects and visualization moving to Munich for 20th anniversary edition.
Photoreal short derived from an old Japanese folk tale employs physical sets built in the duo’s living room augmented with CG creatures and extensions crafted using Autodesk Maya and Mudbox and rendered in Chaos Group’s V-Ray.
Former Disney Consumer Products veteran to licensing strategy for Singapore-based CG animation studio’s lead properties, including ‘Insectibles,’ ‘Oddbods’ and ‘Rob the Robot.’
State-of-the-art cinematics for 12 different scenes further immerse players in the series’ most ambitious narrative available for next-gen gaming platforms.
Produced in Korea at EMation, NE4U and Dong Woo Animation for Netflix, new 2D-animated series is executive produced by Brendan Hay of ‘The Simpsons’ and ‘Robot Chicken’ fame.
Animatic with picture-in-picture of the final movie shows what was originally sketched and what ultimately made it into the film.
Forty-third International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques will be held July 24-28, 2016 in Anaheim, California.
Led by VFX supervisor Jeff Campbell and supervising VFX producer George Macri, SpinVFX delivers nearly 150 shots to help bring to life the remarkable true story of the 33 survivors of the Chilean mine disaster.
Character rigging master Brad Clark returns once again to put the latest Autodesk software suite update to the test.
Australian visual effects studio standardizes on Solid Angle’s Arnold as its primary production renderer with a dramatic increase in efficiency.
High-performance rendering now integrated into architecture’s leading design platform; free download available now.
Adobe renames Flash Professional CC to Adobe Animate CC, rewriting the tool from the ground up to add native support for HTML5 Canvas and WebGL as well as outputs to any format.
New tools and workflow improvements include max creation graph enhancements, one-click print studio access, simple simulation data import, text and shape mapping, and more.
Directed by Mat Whitecross and produced by My Accomplice’s Hannah Clark, new video employs performance capture by Andy Serkis’s The Imaginarium and animation and VFX by Paris-based Mathematic.
Iray plug-ins for Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya support NVIDIA’s new distributed rendering solution, Iray Server, now in open beta.
Disney and Pixar’s CG-animated feature performs below expectations, bringing in $39.2 million for the three-day weekend, the lowest debut for a Pixar film since the $33.3 million take of ‘A Bug's Life’ in 1998.
CG-animated comedy featuring the voices of Rob Schneider, Heather Graham, Ken Jeong, Gabriel Iglesias, Loretta Devine, Michael McElhatton, Colm Meaney and Bill Nighy arrives in theaters January 15, 2016.
New trailer introduces the full cast of four-legged characters including Louis C.K. as Max the terrier, Hannibal Buress as Buddy the dachshund, Lake Bell as Chloe the cat, and Jenny Slate as Gidget the Pomeranian, as they pose for a holiday greeting card.
New trailer introduces Flash, the fastest sloth working at the DMV, voiced by ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ story artist Raymond Persi.
Online debut marks the first time a mini-movie from the ‘Despicable Me’ franchise has been made available in its entirety prior to the home entertainment release.