In developing “Wizard Ops Tactics,” Phyken turned to Autodesk Maya 3D animation software for high-quality art, models and other 3D assets.
Director Nico Casavecchia, 1stAveMachine, Ogilvy and the big brains at IBM Research create the world’s smallest stop-motion film, “A Boy and His Atom.”
Wacom launches the Cintiq 22HD touch, a new addition to its expanding interactive pen display portfolio, which combines multi-touch with Wacom’s renowned pen technology.
Rogue State turns to LightWave 11.5 3D software to conquer CG dragons and 220 visual effects shots for “Dracano.”
An award-winning team of motion graphics designers and animators leverage MAXON’s CINEMA 4D software application to visualize and design the complex in-camera and on-screen motion-graphics sequences in Universal Pictures’ “Oblivion.”
Digital Juice launches Simplexity Collection 4, a new line of downloadable projects and templates for Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro/Apple Motion and Sony Vegas Pro.
As the final night of its VFX Convergence craft series, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presents a panel discussion on how matte paintings and set extensions allow films to be enriched by creating entire worlds never built or seen before.
Europe's most influential conference on digital entertainment concludes with more than 3,200 professionals, students and journalists in attendance.
PipelineFX’s Qube! helps to rewire Qvisten Animation’s render pipeline for increased efficiency while working on film and commercial projects.
Mirada Studios gives bestselling author Cornelia Funke’s dark, lush worlds a new dimension with an interactive app.
From the folks who brought you “Plot Device” comes Red Giant's latest short film showcasing the company’s latest software.
Technical papers are previewed for the SIGGRAPH 2013 Technical Papers program, the premier international forum for disseminating new scholarly work in computer graphics and interactive techniques.
The venue for the first annual Production Pipeline Expo, which takes place May 3-4, 2013, is changed to Raleigh Studios in Hollywood.
New York-based pre-visualization boutique Edit 1 unveils state-of-the-art “inertial” motion capture, InMoCa.
British digital motion graphics company SquareZero updates its holographic representations of Bjorn, Agnetha, Benny and Frida for the ABBA museum, set to open in Stockholm in May.
FMX 2013 to include talks on “Iron Man 3,” “Oblivion,” “Despicable Me 2” and “Assassin's Creed 3” in addition to the “Virtual Production” and “Virtual Humans Forum” track highlights.
Chaos Group announces that they will demonstrate V-Ray, spotlight ILM’s production pipeline, and host a day of presentations and tutorials for 3D artists in training at FMX 2013.
The film will be shown with "fourth dimension" effects, including tilting seats, blowing wind and fog and odor effects, via technology that is expected to come to the U.S. later this year.