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Google Headline News

Google’s Spotlight Stories Now Available on iOS

Previously developed for Android phones, immersive, 360-degree interactive animated films from Jan Pinkava, Glen Keane, Mark Oftedal and Justin Lin are now available on the iPhone and iPad.

s2015 Headline News

SIGGRAPH 2015 Debuts ePosters

A great way for people to share research hot off their hard drives, this year’s Posters will be featured on 10 digital display kiosks with each poster scheduled for a 25-minute presentation throughout the week.

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Chaos Group to Host VR Bar at SIGGRAPH 2015

Virtual reality installations include Legend3D’s project for ‘Crimson Peak’; the return of V-Ray Days to feature Method Studios, Atomic Fiction and Ruairi Robinson.

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DreamWorks and Netflix Team Up on ‘Dragons: Race to the Edge’

By Dan Sarto | Thursday, July 23, 2015 at 10:23am

DreamWorks Animation veteran and series director Elaine Bogan details the production process from storyboarding through final delivery on DWA’s hit series that further explores the world of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ franchise.


SDCC 2015: The Immersive World of Google’s Spotlight Stories

Google assembles a top-flight team of animators, storytellers, and technologists for the Spotlight Stories panel at San Diego Comic-Con International 2015.

Nickelodeon Headline News

Nickelodeon Names James Stephenson Senior VP, Animation & Games

Newly created position of Senior Vice President, Animation and Games adds animation production and development to Stephenson’s current responsibilities of digital content creation.

call for entries Headline News

Nickelodeon Opens Animation Scholarship Challenge

Nickelodeon calls for entries for first-ever “What’s Your Nickfluence?” animation scholarship challenge in partnership with Get Schooled to award a $25,000 scholarship.

Nexus Headline News

Nexus and Red Bull Create Giant 3D Stroboscope for SBTRKT

Created by BAFTA-winning animator, director and leading zoetrope artist Jim Le Fevre, the eight-foot tall and six-foot wide stroboscope spins at 33.3rpm and is illuminated by a strobe-rig to create the optical illusion of animation.