Imagination Technologies announces the availability of its Caustic Series2 OpenRL PC boards and accelerating Caustic Visualizer viewport plug-ins for Autodesk Maya and 3ds Max at Autodesk University.
Last month, the whole team at Resnick Interactive did some Motion Capture (MOCAP) testing for a video game we’ll be working with in the near future.
Android has a bigger market share than iOS, so a bigger pool of potential users should mean that Android apps drive more revenue, right? Not necessarily.
ATOMO VFX chooses Bakery Relight software for its ongoing work on a diverse range of promo spots and animated shorts.
Cinesite's Jon Neill discusses creating the first CG character for the Bond franchise along with other VFX mayhem.
Canada’s French-language SRC network buys the third season of CG animated series “The Garfield Show.”
Global visual effects giant Rhythm & Hues, which recently completed the lion’s share of visual effects shots on the acclaimed new film, “Life of Pi,” leverages NVIDIA GPUs to maximize throughput and accelerate creative workflows.
Motion capture and animation service company House of Moves teams with Treyarch and Activision Publishing to provide full performance capture for cinematics featured in “Call of Duty: Black Ops II.”
Assimilate announces the immediate availability of the world’s first truly integrated tool for digital workflows, from advanced dailies to creative DI.
HP and DreamWorks Animation mark the latest chapter in their ongoing collaboration by working together to create an epic adventure for worldwide audiences with the breakthrough animation of the studio’s upcoming 3D movie, “Rise of the Guardians.”
Glasgow-based 3D animation application Muvizu is released with a German-language version of the user interface, plus some great new content.
James Cameron and Andrew Adamson weave acts from seven live Cirque shows into their new 3-D film, Cirque du Soleil Worlds Away 3D.
Mobile emulators and simulators can help developers test their apps on different devices without having to actually have them on hand. The testing tools can make testing easier, particularly where there are lots of variations in device types, screen sizes and operating systems. But they also face some limitations.
Science and Technology Council of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences welcomes eight new members, bringing the Council's 2012–2013 membership roster to 25.
KATANA, the look development and lighting tool from The Foundry, is being adopted by a growing number of studios of all sizes around the globe
Kideo has partnered with Saban Brands to create the first-ever collection of personalized “Power Rangers Samurai” DVDs and digital video shorts.
G-Technology announces the winner of its Driven Creativity US 2012 Competition at a gala reception in New York City.