Category: Visual Effects
VFX production supervisor John "DJ" DesJardin discusses the secrets behind Zack Snyder's blockbuster reboot.
Prime Focus World announces the receipt of a $53 million equity investment to be deployed in two phases: $38 million committed in the first phase and $15 million in a second transactional phase.
The Pixar senior scientist and lighting expert discusses the studio’s new physically-based lighting system, Global Illumination.
The Toronto ACM SIGGRAPH Professional Chapter announces its website launch and debut screening of the SIGGRAPH 2012 Computer Animation Festival Electronic Theater Program.
Galaxy provides a design driven promo, Game On, for Nick at Nite’s new block of children’s programming.
ZYNC announces their public availability, allowing access to computing resources and software licenses with simple pay-as-you-go hourly pricing.
PipelineFX’s new Burst License Program allows education customers to double current license capacity two a year for no additional cost.
Adobe releases an update to Creative Cloud which includes new desktop applications and sophisticated cross-device collaboration and publishing capabilities.
SIGGRAPH 2013 releases the final lineup of 15 Production Sessions to be featured at this year’s conference.
Andrew Z. Davis is named President of Production Administration for Columbia Pictures, where he will supervise all aspects of physical production including post production and visual effects for all Columbia Pictures films as well as live-action portions of films from Sony Pictures Animation.
The just-concluded COLLIDER Digital Production Conference wraps up its inaugural three-day run in midtown Manhattan this week, including the VFX Town Hall event held on Monday, June 10.
Visual effects production studio Rodeo FX “magically” delivers 350 VFX shots for Summit Entertainment’s Now You See Me, serving as the film’s main VFX vendor and providing a total of 23 minutes of visual effects-driven screen time.
Focused caustics, procedural textures and toon shading are just a few of the new features coming to KeyShot 4.1.
Computer graphics and visual effects software developer The Foundry announces that MARI will be coming to the Mac later this year.