Autodesk reports financial results for the second quarter of fiscal year 2013, sharing plans for a restructuring related to executing on the company's strategy including its continuing shift to cloud and mobile computing.
The annual Jon Peddie Research SIGGRAPH Press Luncheon examined the benefits and challenges of a rapidly changing Media & Entertainment landscape.
Cospective announces the integration of the file transfer technology, Aspera, into its video review software, cineSync Pro 3.3.
Virtual reality technology developer Oculus announces the open beta launch of Share, a new platform that allows users to self-publish, discover, download, and play virtual reality-based games and experiences.
Digital Juice announces the release of Animated Lower Thirds, Collection 2, available now for instant download.
Wacom extends the creative experience from the desktop to a mobile environment with the new Cintiq Companion line of creative tablets.
Fracture FX, the production-proven demolition solution for Autodesk Maya, provides procedural, event-driven architecture at an introductory price of US $399.
Live Design partners with Penton to launch the Envision Symposium, an event devoted to exploring the future of where technology intersects with the arts, taking place September 19-21 in Monterey, California.
Sony Pictures Imageworks releases a brand-new new featurette that takes a behind-the-scenes look at the character development for hybrid animation/live action feature, The Smurfs 2.
Smith Micro Software releases the latest version of their all-in-one animation solution, Anime Studio Pro 9.5.
Polish film director and cinematographer Patryk Kizny follows up on his 2010 hyper-real short film, The Chapel, with the in-progress Rebirth, created with the help of Thinkbox Software’s Krakatoa.
eyeon Software announces the eyeon for AVID bundle of the company’s visual effects for editing suite of products.
iPi Soft announces the addition of multi-person tracking and multi-video card support to the iPi Motion Capture markerless motion capture software line.
House of Moves boosts the processing and efficiency of its mocap pipeline with the help of Vicon’s Blade motion capture software.
ATELIER BRÜCKNER partners with Shilo to bring the largest Viking exhibition to life in a unique media installation.
Red Giant announces that its new BulletProof software for filmmakers is now shipping, as well as the addition of two new suites: The Red Giant Shooter Suite and The Red Giant Color Suite.
After merging with The Foundry, can Luxology and their new release compete with Maya, Softimage and Lightwave?
Cubic Motion boosts facial mocap with a new service supplying advanced facial tracking for rapid and efficient analysis of facial video capture or other data.