On the heels of the company’s move to a subscription-only model for its software suites, Autodesk reports sluggish results for the third quarter of 2015.
CO3 colorist Greg Fisher worked with ‘Spectre’ director Sam Mendes and cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema to build subtle differences into the looks of each of the movie's many locations.
One of the world’s first games to employ WebGL technology, ‘Safari Zoobabu’ leverages Next Limit’s Maxwell Render technology to create photorealistic stereoscopic 3D experience.
Best-in-class concepts from Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, Singapore, India and China will be pitched live to buyers December 7-9 in Jeju, South Korea.
Top-shelf game developer to incorporate IKinema RunTime full-body IK solver middleware into future game titles.
Veteran technology exec to focus on scaling development efforts, cloud rendering strategy for advanced image rendering software Arnold.
Versatile creative director and designer most recently worked on ‘Hunger Games’ virtual reality experience for Legendary Pictures and Samsung.
Brickyard VFX Boston moves into new 8,000-square foot studio housing seven Flame bays, multiple CG workstations, a four-wall edit room, expanded production offices, and a screening room to facilitate virtual grading sessions with Company 3 colorists in LA, NY and Atlanta.
New streamlined workflow features include new physically based rendering engine for hyper-realistic 3D characters and scenes, adaptive rigging, custom parameter palettes, and more.
Dover Studios co-founder Andrew Hazelden releases PlayblastVR, a new renderer for Softimage that creates hardware rendered panoramic 360 degree images using OpenGL.
Leading creative professionals share 3D/2D tips and techniques to showcase seamless integration and optimized workflow between MAXON Cinema 4D and Adobe Creative Cloud.
Executive producer Michael Flexner to lead revamped live-action division, which produces commercials and digital content for a diverse range of brands.
Stop-motion/CG-animated hybrid short written and directed by Ty Coyle and Bill Dorais is the follow-up to last year’s ‘Enjoy the Sweets.’
Design package available as a 60-day free trial until January 12th, 2016 when it will be available on a subscription basis only.
David Sheldon-Hicks, Marti Romances and Peter Eszenyi share how they cued off authentic NASA mission control systems to bring realistic computer UI designs to Ridley Scott’s sci-fi hit.
Weta Digital wins Outstanding Visual Effects in a Feature Film for their work on ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ at 10th Anniversary Gala honoring artists and innovators.