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.
Matt Welker joins pipeline tools developer for the visual effects, animation and video game industry as head of client care.
Company 3 and EFILM join forces to provide Sony’s Skyfall, with post production services from dailies through to digital intermediate.
Ross Shain of Imagineer Systems and Jeff Krebs of eyeon Software to give presentations and demos of mocha Pro and eyeon Fusion.
Sony Colorworks provides color grading services for Universal Pictures’ “The Man With the Iron Fists.”
Faceware Technologies signs two reseller agreements to aggressively target Japan and China with its facial motion capture technology.
Following his work as lead producer on HUSH’s lauded “Camp Victory” project for Nike, the design agency is bringing Eric Alba on full time as its lead technical producer.
MPC taps Maxon Cinema 4D, Adobe After Effects, The Foundry’s Nuke and Autodesk Flame to create graphics for a “Skyfall”-inspired spot for Sony.
Throughout the history of the "Battlestar Galactica" franchise, LightWave 3D software has been a constant in the show’s production pipeline for everything from otherworldly atmospheres to earth-shattering visual effects.
Digimania releases a version of the 3D animation application, Muvizu, with a German language version of the user interface (UI) and some beautiful new content.
Robert Zemeckis and Kevin Baillie talk about the VFX challenges of the director's return to live action.
Animation producer Justin Weyers describes the massive production challenges of turning Chapman’s A Liar’s Autobiography into an animated 3-D feature.
“Hotel Transylvania” went through final colour grading and stereo finishing in full 3D on Baselight.
Cubic Motion announces a new program for publishers and studios to access large volume discounts for the highest quality facial animation.
Disney’s new BRDF lighting system stands front and center in the array of new tech tools anchoring the studio’s animation production pipeline.
Barco and DreamWorks Animation form an alliance in which DreamWorks Animation’s next fifteen animated feature films will be mixed in the Barco Auro 11.1 3D sound format for global distribution.