Created by Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg students Roman Kaelin, Falko Paeper and Florian Wittmann, diploma project has won several awards at animation and visual effects events around the world.
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Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts showcases the new Xsens MVN motion capture system live on the show floor at CTN 2014.
Teesside University team provides stunning visual effects for space documentary, ‘The Last Man on the Moon.’
Vicon motion capture technologies help Henry Ford College’s Virtual Theatricality Lab enhance the audience experience of its live stage performances.
Held in Vienna, 4th annual European Immersive Education Summit to showcase immersive technologies with demonstrations and hands-on workshops.
New permanent display at the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere encompasses effects-laden film presentation and multiple interactive installations.
Award winning short is Media Design School’s most ambitious project to date, with 15 BA students working for 23 weeks to complete the film.
Pause, stand still, hold your breath, open your eyes and unleash your imagination to the uninhibited realm of the Redwoods.
Ahead of the Fall 2014 semester, USC School of Cinematic Arts installs OptiTrack motion capture and tracking systems in three key locations within the Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts.
Exhibit housed in The Old Operating Theatre in London Bridge features forty animations by students from the MA Character Animation program.
Cogswell College’s Dalton Techmanski wins “Best Horror Game Design” Award from Ares Magazine for his tabletop game “Affliction: Purity’s Sorrow.”
ASIFA-Hollywood announces plans to expand their student scholarship program and to allocate more funds for artists and film preservation.
Classic text-based adventure game ‘ZORK’ inspires live-action and computer generated cinematics for University of Wisconsin-Stout Art and Design project.
Aspiring animators will have opportunity to learn from the award-winning team behind ‘Robot Chicken’ with "Stoopid Buddy Stoodios Animation Class."
Technology developer Autodesk supports the Steven Spielberg-inspired award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project for the seventh year in a row.
Free public festival in Brooklyn includes keynote address by Marisa Olson, panel discussions, workshops, exhibitions, and a multi-media after-party.
BFI Aardman Animation Development Lab to offer support and professional, hands-on experience to emerging talent with a passion for creating animated family films.
‘The Bridge’ program is a collaboration between Animation Skillnet, the Guinness Enterprise Centre, Dublin BIC and creative industry players such as Treehouse Republic, Windmill Lane and Piranha Bar.
Student team from California State University, San Jose wins nationwide competition to create 30-second animated short in just 24 hours.
Do degree art schools teach you how to accurately draw the illusion of a form in space? And do we care?