David Morin, a driving force at Autodesk in virtual production standards and technology, talks about the growing significance and future role of virtual production technologies in moviemaking as part of AWN’s series of exclusive video interviews from FMX 2014.
Despite many great VFX-driven films ahead, Steve bemoans the state of the VFX “business” responsible for their visual magic.
Autodesk engineer and designer Evan Atherton creates ‘Star Wars’-inspired short using RED Epic and Scarlet cameras, as well as a DGI drone and Movi free fly gimbal for aerial...
Chuck Peil, co-founder of Reel FX, talks about his studio’s evolution from animation and visual effects service house to mainstream animated feature film studio, the recently...
London-based visual effects house to begin production on ITV’s 13-part warrior drama ‘Beowulf,’ FOX TV’s ‘The Bastard Executioner,’ BBC’s ‘Doctor Who’ series nine, and feature...
As lead VFX studio, MPC was responsible for a variety of 3D and 2D effects, including creating Jack’s beanstalk, creatures such as Cinderella’s birds, mice, snakes and a cow,...
Don Parker, senior director on Autodesk’s Shotgun team, talks about the software’s use on 300: Rise of an Empire as well as how integrating production technologies impacts a...
David Morin, a driving force at Autodesk in virtual production standards and technology, talks about the growing significance and future role of virtual production technologies in...
‘Monster’ director previously hired to helm Marvel’s ‘Thor: The Dark World,’ but exited the project over “creative differences.”
Directing collective’s latest project -- an animated short that tells the fascinating story of Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh -- was made in collaboration with BH Los Angeles for Google Play and The California Sunday Magazine.
Peter Hedges (‘What’s Eating Gilbert Grape’) is writing a script for the feature loosely based on the ‘Pinocchio’ story originally brought to the screen in 1940.
Renderer for Maya creates hardware rendered panoramic images using OpenGL or DirectX formats, allowing users to create immersive previz renderings of Maya scenes in fulldome, latlong, and cubic panorama formats.
Director Andrew Thomas Huang, Wolf & Crow and xRez Studio use Autodesk Maya, Flame, Mudbox, ReCap and Memento to create a new CG landscape and VFX for short film.
Devil and Demon computers run 20 percent faster than before and deliver screaming performance for DGx extreme gaming system.
Free field-upgradeable software update brings additional image improvements and new features to 4K/UltraHD and 2K/HD professional production camera.
Fusion 8 release opens the door to millions of motion graphic artists, broadcast designers, video editors, visual effects compositors and 3D animators.
NUKE Non-commercial is a free, non-watermarked version of the entire NUKE product family, with some light functional restrictions, available to anyone who wants to learn, explore and have fun with NUKE.
Update includes new interface and media management tools, an entirely-new professional audio engine, multi-cam editing, shot matching, 3D keyer, new 3D perspective tracker and enhanced curve editing.
Submissions for the 10th annual ceremony now accepted for Engineering Excellence Award and Judges Award for Creativity and Innovation.
New support for Avid Media Composer offers AMD FirePro users outstanding 4K display, media management and editing capabilities throughout the video production process.
Advances color management workflows across Flame Premium, Maya, Shotgun and RV; simplifies interoperability with industry-standard tools.
Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Transmedia celebrates its 20th Anniversary with ‘20 Years of ‘Toy Story,’ presentation from VFX luminary Joe Letteri, ‘20 years of Weta Digital,’ and ‘40 years of Industrial Light & Magic.’
The Foundry to showcase new technologies in development aimed at solving key challenges in virtual and augmented reality content creation.
Former Superfad co-founder has helmed campaigns for brands including Coca-Cola, Visa, Toyota, Gap, Target and Sprint.
Online filmmaking superstars from Red Giant Films, Triune Films and Corridor Digital team up at the NAB Show for ‘Breaking the Hollywood Mold,’ moderated by Adobe’s Dave Werner.