Panel discussion with John Lasseter and Ed Catmull moderated by Jon Favreau celebrates the world’s first entirely computer-animated feature film on Thursday, October 1.
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Users can earn up to $800 in render credit on the newly-discounted service; Google also launches the Render More website and a competition giving one lucky artist the chance to have their work featured on the site.
Pixar’s RenderMan Art & Science Fair to highlight latest updates on RenderMan’s connectivity to Blender, Cinema4D, Houdini, Katana and Maya, Pixar’s support of open interchange standards, a preview of metered licensing technology, new cloud features in Tractor, and more.
MPC VFX Supervisor Sheldon Stopsack examines the ins and outs of digitally recreating an iconic action hero for Paramount’s ‘Terminator’ franchise reboot.
Featuring Pixar’s new RIS technology, RenderMan is now completely free for use in research, education, evaluation, plug-in development, and personal projects that do not generate commercial profits.
Thesis film from computer animation students Gang Maria Yi, Garrett O'Neal and Bryan Locantore is a visual representation of the classic children’s game.
Studio plans demonstrations and insights into Pixar’s next-generation RIS rendering architecture, scheduled for release in the fall of 2014.
Pixar Animation Studios announces a series of important innovations in the latest version of its forthcoming Academy Award-winning RenderMan software, including Advanced Global Illumination, New Pricing and Free Non-Commercial Use.