Deluxe-owned company is commissioned by Lucasfilm and The Walt Disney Studios to create the stereoscopic editions for three upcoming releases in the iconic ‘Star Wars’ franchise.
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Framestore delivers 338 out-of-this-world visual effects sequences for Ridley Scott’s ‘The Martian,’ including the space ship Hermes, CG environments on Mars, and a dazzling ending sequence.
Studio 100 Media signs deal with NBCUniversal’s preschool TV network Sprout for the rights to CG-animated series and Stereoscopic 3D feature, ‘Maya the Bee.’
Geneva Film Co. and Prospero Pictures developing a feature film, television series and Virtual Reality experience based on award-winning animated short from Toronto-based director and stereoscopic 3D pioneer James Stewart.
VFX studio Luma helps Tool of North America create an immersive virtual driving experience, “A Drive Through Time,” for Infiniti.
Prime Focus World’s senior stereo supervisor Richard Baker reveals how the team worked with miniature scale in Marvel’s latest superhero blockbuster “Ant-Man,’ starring Paul Rudd.
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.
Twenty-year veteran has worked on fan-favorite franchises from Marvel such as Joss Whedon’s ‘The Avengers,’ Kenneth Branagh’s ‘Thor’ and Jon Favreau’s ‘Iron Man.’
Burbank-based visual effects company Stereo D plans to reduce its California employee base as part of its upcoming move to open a Toronto office.
Stereoscopic technology specialist RealD sees a trio of exec departures: COO and general counsel Craig Gatarz and senior VPs Rick Heineman and Jed Harmsen.
Advanced support for native stereo 3D workflows and Python scripting simplify tracking and rotoscoping on complex VFX projects.
The prolific experimental animator discusses his latest film and the message, or lack of one, behind his musical and visual decision-making.
The coming wave of summer 3D blockbuster movies is expected to push the price of analgesics used to combat headaches up an average of 6% nationwide, according to an FDA spokesman.