Oscar winner Daniel Junge and Johnny Knoxville’s feature, ‘Being Evel,’ was shot using Blackmagic Design cameras, while more than 20 films at this year’s festival were color graded using DaVinci Resolve.
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Capable of shooting at 4K/UltraHD and 2K/HD resolutions, CION is the only camera on the market that captures internally to 12-bit ProRes 444.
NVIDIA’s new line-up of Quadro GPUs -- the K5200, K4200, K2200 and K620 -- are on display in Europe for the first time at the IBC conference in Amsterdam, Sept. 12-16.
NVIDIA unveils its next generation of NVIDIA Quadro GPUs, delivering an enterprise-grade visual computing platform with up to twice the application performance and data-handling capability of the previous generation.
New AMD professional graphics card delivers GPU compute power for future-ready 4K workstation workflows, providing 38X more performance than closest competing product.
Award-winning animation studio Reel FX utilizes Dell technology to develop, produce and animate its first full-length feature film, Free Birds, directed by Jimmy Hayward and featuring the voices of Owen Wilson, Woody Harrelson and Amy Poehler.
Get a taste of what some of the industry’s leading technology developers have on tap for SIGGRAPH 2013, including product announcements and demonstrations, Exhibitor Tech Talks and User Group meetings.
Nintendo today reported financial results for the first six months of its current fiscal year (through Sept. 30, 2011), and revised downward full-year financial and unit sales forecasts.
Industry tracking firm The NPD Group reports Friday that the videogame industry is seeing green this year, with dollar sales for all games, hardware, accessories and software topping $32 billion so far this year.
Game sales hit $2.91B in November 2008, up 10 percent from a year ago, and for the year sold $16.04B, up 22 percent from 2007. Leading the hardware unit sales was the Nintendo Wii with more than two million sold in November, followed by Nintendo DS (1.57M), Microsoft's Xbox 360 (836,000), Sony's PSP (421,000), PlayStation 3 (378,000) and PlayStation 2 (206,000).