SGO's Mistika was used for the stereoscopic 3D post production work for China's first 3D IMAX martial arts action film “The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate,” which won Best Visual Effects and Best Costume Designer at the Asian Film Awards.
The Tiffen Company announced that its award-winning digital filter suite − Tiffen Dfx v3 − is now available for use on Apple Final Cut Pro X (10.0.4) and Motion 5 (5.0.3).
Digital Anarchy announced Beauty Box 2.0, a significant update of its award-winning skin retouching product.
Ten-year visual effects software industry veteran Todd Prives joins ZYNC to drive marketing strategy and customer adoption.
Legend3D makes distributed production a reality by employing TACTIC across studios in San Diego, Los Angeles, and India.
Visual effects software developer The Foundry announced that Spin VFX has purchased a site license of KATANA and will now be using the software on all its future projects.
Donya Labs announced the release of Simplygon 4.0 with new features and a multitude of improvements, tweaks and optimizations to both core features and usability.
Donald Mustard, creative director and co-founder of Chair Entertainment, talks about the multiscreen future of gaming and how mobile, PC and console experiences will interconnect in this exclusive interview.
Legend3D introduced Stereo Works, a new business division dedicated to collaborating with entertainment studios to create seamless stereo images for feature films.
Red Giant today released Magic Bullet Arsenal, an elegant new presentation app designed for Apple’s iPad that shows and shares creative work.
Adobe announced the immediate availability of Adobe Creative Cloud, a radical new way of providing tools and services for creatives.
SIGGRAPH 2012 Emerging Technologies provides attendees an exclusive hands-on opportunity to interact with the newest developments in multiple fields including 3D displays, robotics, interactive input devices, and more.
Red Giant announced that its short film, “Plot Device,” has won the 16th Annual Webby Award in the Best Editing category.
Imagineer Systems, developers of the popular motion tracking and visual effects software, mocha Pro, announced that the company is launching a new discount pricing program created specifically for universities, film schools and high schools.
3D technology provider Alioscopy USA announced that Adobe Systems has integrated its Alioscopy auto-stereoscopic, 3D multi-view algorithm as a new feature in Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended software.
Shoran Software announced the six-point release of RenderPal V2, the well-known render farm manager. This new version brings many great new features, plenty of improvements and important bug fixes, as well as support for four new renderers out-of-the-box: Modo, Arnold, RVIO and Pdplayer.
Adobe announced the immediate availability of Adobe Creative Suite 6 software. The CS6 product line includes powerful new releases of Photoshop, InDesign, lllustrator, Dreamweaver, Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Flash Professional and other products as well as four suite versions – Creative Suite 6 Design & Web Premium; Creative Suite 6 Design Standard; Creative Suite 6 Production Premium; and Creative Suite 6 Master Collection.
Crytek recently branched out into puzzle-based mobile games with Fibble, available on the iPhone, iPod and iPad. It marks Crytek’s first mobile offering as well as its first puzzler. We recently talked to Kristoffer Waardahl, studio manager of Crytek Budapest, about the company’s new development direction.
ILM's Jeff White and Weta's Guy Williams discuss a new Hulk and Iron Man tune-up for Joss Whedon's superhero epic. Steve Viola of Method Design also talks about the title sequences.
3Dconnexion announced that Luxology modo 601 now includes certified 3Dconnexion 3D mouse support, enabling users to immerse themselves in the powerful animation, modeling, painting, and rendering features of this popular software while enjoying a completely natural way to position and navigate 3D content.
Evan Goncalo tests the new Wacom 24HD to see if it may indeed be the end-all-be-all of graphic tablets.
Complementing the latest trailer for the July 3 release of The Amazing Spider-Man feature film reboot, Sony Pictures Entertainment has launched “The Amazing Spider-Man AR,” a free augmented reality, 3D app experience based on the movie.
Venice, California-based Wemo Media announced details of the technology and business infrastructure powering the creation of their ocean-inspired app called “theBlu.”