MAXON is pleased to announce CINEMA 4D R14 (R14) has been honored by the editorial team at Computer Graphics World (CGW) with the prestigious SIGGRAPH 2012 CGW Silver Edge Award.
Character animation software developer Di-O-Matic announces the launch of Voice-O-Matic v2 (Maya Edition).
Real-time strategy (RTS) games have had lasting appeal on PCs, and now the genre is moving to mobile devices. Needless to say, the shift from large displays to much smaller ones creates design challenges for RTS game makers.
Augmented reality and mobile apps have met before, but some developers contend that the next encounters will produce an even more sophisticated class of technology.
Non-photorealistic rendering kit produces hand-drawn and traditional looks for architectural, fine art, and technical illustration projects.
Joe Strike dives beneath the rotting flesh of Laika's new film "Paranorman" and uncovers some surprising facts about Chris Butler and Sam Fell's 3D stop-motion zombie romp.
“Attack of the Clones” and “Revenge of the Sith” to be theatrically released in 3D back-to-back in September and October, 2013.
The VIEW Conference is proud to announce that award winning director Genndy Tartakovsky (“Dexter’s Laboratory,” “Samurai Jack,” “Star Wars: Clone Wars”) will present and discuss his feature film debut, Sony Pictures Animation’s 3D monster comedy Hotel Transylvania, for the first time in Italy during the 2012 conference, October 16 to 19 in Turin, Italy.
Animusic, a computer animation company with the singular focus of animating music, announced that production has started on ANIMUSIC 3.
Chaos Group’s Lon Grohs demonstrates interactive, physically-based rendering with NVIDIA Maximus next-generation technology based on NVIDIA Kepler.
New Mac version allows users to create stunning HD stop-motion and time-lapse videos using the iPhone as a camera.
Professional texturing platform for AAA and mobile game developers adds new batch tools and new 2D painting system.
Ben Brownlee returns with “Fundamentals of mocha,” including over four hours of HD training videos ; 14 exercises from streaming series available free to all mocha users.
Wireless history is filled with plenty of examples, good and bad, including the webOS flash in the pan. Fast-changing fates make it challenging for developers to decide which OS to support. The research firm iGR has been tracking the mobile market for a dozen years, and I recently spoke with its vice president of wireless and mobile communications research about what developers need to consider.
Mobile game developers are beating a path to Corona SDK, a development platform built upon such components as OpenGL, OpenAL and the Lua cross-platform programming language. I recently talked to Don-Duong Quach, a programmer and co-founder of Cannon Cat developer Loqheart, about his use of Corona SDK.
Event management company Unicomm and The Bob Dowling Group announce an all-star line-up of exclusive footage and content to be showcased at the fifth annual 3D Entertainment Summit.
The Scientific and Technical Awards Committee of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces scientific and technical achievements selected for further awards consideration.
LAIKA’s top gun discusses their latest stop-motion gem and the ground-breaking effort behind its production.
The producer of LAIKA’s latest feature discusses the challenges of pushing every imaginable stop-motion animation boundary.
By next year, annual sales of smartphones that support HTML5 should hit 1 billion worldwide, says the research firm Strategy Analytics. Even today, there’s a healthy installed base of HTML5 phones: at least 336 million, based on 2011 sales.