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ANIMATIONWorld What's On in ... Ghana

What's On in... Ghana

Ghana

Compiled by Kofi Sarpong

Time Channel Program

4:00 a.m. Cartoon Network Pac Man

4:30 a.m. Cartoon Network Yogi's Treasure Hunt

5:00 a.m. Cartoon Network Hong Kong Phooey

5:05 a.m. K-TV The Mouse and the Monster

5:30 a.m. Cartoon Network Scooby and Scrappy

5:30 a.m. K-TV Little Bear

5:50 a.m. K-TV Simba Surprise

6:00 a.m. K-TV Little Lulu

7:00 a.m. K-TV Iron Man

7:25 a.m. K-TV Roundabout

7:30 a.m. Cartoon Network ...

ANIMATIONWorld SIGGRAPH 1997's Festival Images

Enhanced Processor Lifetime through Deuterium Processing by Benjamin Grosser, Beckman Institute Visualization Facility, Urbana, Illinois. This animation visualizes a recent Beckman Institute Discovery in Molecular and Electronic Nanostructures. The discovery involves a simple change in the way silicon-based chips are processed. The findings should result in increased microchip life and faster speeds.

The Taj Mahal by Anuj Rawla, VR Real Technologies,...

ANIMATIONWorld The Films of SIGGRAPH `97:A Coming of Age

By Avi Hoffer | Monday, September 1, 1997 at 12:00am

A blue-haired girl eats a passenger train in Kutchae!, an animated i.d. directed by Isao Nishigori for MTV Japan. © 1996 Music Channel Co., Ltd. This year's film selections at the SIGGRAPH '97 Electronic Theater in Los Angeles celebrated the expanding diversity of storytelling talent and production technique now possible with software-based animation tools. The "CG" animation genre of the late `80s and early `90s (typically denoting some robotic, overly geometric sci-fi scenario) is giving way to some traditionally-inspired techniques, expressive characterization, and more...

ANIMATIONWorld SIGGRAPH `97: Too Much to Do, See and Think in a Week

Photo by Cintia Matte Ruschel. Animation World Network. SIGGRAPH `97 came to Los Angeles with such a hype and fervor that before anyone knew what was happening, everyone was involved. The event was the talk of the town as SIGGRAPH graciously welcomed, not only the usual crowd of academia, visual effects artists and students, but by week's end, everyone from the curious to those remotely involved with the entertainment or computing field. Our extensive coverage of this event includes several features: Avi Hoffer's The Films of SIGGRAPH `97: A Coming...

ANIMATIONWorld What's On in ... Australia

What's On in... Australia

Melbourne, Australia

Compiled by Susie Campbell

Time Channel Program

6:30 a.m. Channel 7 The Adventures of the Count of Monte Christo

7:00 a.m. Channel 7 Saturday Disney (program block)

~Bonkers

~Quack Pack

~The Adventures of Mickey & Donald

9:30 a.m. Channel 9 Plucka's Place (program block)

~Ace Ventura-Pet Detective

10:00 a.m. Channel 7 Huckleberry Hound

11:30 a.m. Channel 7 The Mask

12:00 p.m. Channel 7 Hey There, It's Yogi Bear...

ANIMATIONWorld News From SIGGRAPH 1997

Photo by Cintia Matte Ruschel. Animation World Network. For those of you who didn't have a chance to absorb the who, what and how of the 24th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, interactive was definitely the key word in the acronym this year. Virtual Reality, VRML, and Motion Capture were everywhere. . . . More than 48,000 people attended, SIGGRAPH, creating an unending sea of bodies in the showroom, navigating the jungle of Hardware, 3D Software, and 2D Software. on display from 300 exhibiting companies . ....

ANIMATIONWorld What's On in ... Brazil

What's On in... Brazil

Brazil

Compiled by Marcos Magalhs

Time Channel Program

7:00 - 11:30 a.m. SBT Sado Animado/Animated Saturday (program block)

~Inspetor Bugiganga

~Tom & Jerry

~Woody Woodpecker

~Touch* the turtle

~Popeye

~Bugs Bunny

~Pork Pig Show

~Looney Toons

~Bumpy's Karaok*

~Little Bears

~Fly the Little Warrior

~Action Man

~Dragon Ball

~Street Fighter

~Mega Men

~Mutants...

ANIMATIONWorld The Digital Studio Challenge: A Catch 22

Keeping up to speed with today's ultra-new, ultra-cool technology is a daunting task. We asked four leaders in the field to answer, "What are the largest challenges you face everyday running a digital studio/facility?" Representatives from Rhythm & Hues, Fante, Neurones Animation and Pacific Data Images all replied. Time and time again the experts all agree that the continual push to upgrade to the newest technology and then integrate it back into the system proves to be the largest challenge. Oh, yes, and finding incredibly talented people and...

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