FMX 2013, Europe's most renowned conference on digital entertainment, adopts the slogan, “lean, smart and agile,” and focuses on the ongoing paradigm shift in the animation, effects, games and transmedia industries.
Visual effects and animation studio Atomic Fiction taps Shotgun Software’s Shotgun production management tool for Robert Zemeckis’ aviation drama “Flight.”
Park Road Post taps the power of SGO’s Mistika for the DI workflow for Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.”
Render Version for NUKE significantly cuts costs for Stereo 3D, post production facilities; enables large-scale batch rendering for depth propagation and stereo generation.
The Motion Capture Society and Motion Analysis Studios host an evening mixer featuring technology demos from Motion Analysis, Faceware, and Pixomondo on Thursday, January 24.
In a significant step toward its emergence from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the Eastman Kodak Company receives approval to borrow up to $844 million for interim and exit financing.
Geomerics opens a new office in Vancouver to be closer to its growing US and Canadian customer base.
Computer graphics and visual effects software developer The Foundry launches a brand-new review tool for VFX.
It takes guts to quit a good job to launch a company, especially during the worst economy since the Great Depression. But that’s what George Christopher and Suresh Kumar did in late 2011.
Emotions have been running high in the HTML5 application development space in recent months. With the current worldwide explosion of mobile and web app use currently underway, many feel HMTL5 is the bright future of cross-platform development.
Red Giant Software’s Trapcode commissions “Exodus,” an animated short film by director/designer Magnus Östergren of Stockholm-based production studio Potemkin.
The Academy honors Imagineer Systems with the Scientific and Technical Award for mocha and its Planar Tracking technology.
Actors Chris Pine and Zoe Saldana are to host the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Scientific and Technical Awards on Saturday, February 9, at The Beverly Hills Hotel.
German electro pop pioneers tap the dynamic interactive and 3D features of Dataton Watchout multi-image and presentation software for on-stage digital scenography.
HP announces two new additions to its workstation class products, including an update to HP Performance Advisor and the all new HP ZR2330w Performance Display.
Visual effects supervisor and director of photography Bill Taylor to receive the John A. Bonner Medal of Commendation by the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
The development team behind “FarmVille 2” talks about how it built a 3D pipeline with Autodesk 3ds Max and the Flare3D plug-in for Flash.
Toon Boom Animation and online kids portal Toon Goggles announce the launch of the Android version of the popular Boom Goggles app.