New York and Los Angeles-based creative studio and production company LOGAN teamed with Saatchi NY to create Lenovo “Getaway.”
Category: Visual Effects
VFX industry leaders discuss a proposed plan aimed at addressing subsidies during a panel at the CG conference.
Visual effects production studio Rodeo FX tackles a comprehensive array of creative and technological challenges in the company’s ninth collaboration with ILM to create and produce 200 visual effects shots for Pacific Rim.
After merging with The Foundry, can Luxology and their new release compete with Maya, Softimage and Lightwave?
MPC teams with MJZ’s Victor Garcia to create a spot that follows the cross-country travels of a tiny plastic bottle with big dreams for The Ad Council.
2TEN partners again with director Gore Verbinski to provide practical effects for Disney’s Lone Ranger.
Cubic Motion boosts facial mocap with a new service supplying advanced facial tracking for rapid and efficient analysis of facial video capture or other data.
Sony Pictures Imageworks and Industrial Light & Magic release the jointly-developed open-source project that facilitates the sharing scenes across software applications, Alembic 1.5.
The Foundry and Pixar Animation Studios announce a concerted technical collaboration to bring KATANA and RenderMan together.
Industrial Light & Magic signs a license deal with Solid Angle, making Arnold the primary renderer for films such as Pacific Rim and Star Trek Into Darkness.
MAXON announces CINEMA 4D R15, the newest release of the 3D motion graphics, visual effects, painting and rendering software.
Pipeline toolkit unveiled at SIGGRAPH 2013 provides users with out-of-the-box integrations with Photoshop, Maya, Nuke and Houdini, and a flexible customization framework.
International visual effects house Method Studios and previsualization company HALON Entertainment announce a strategic alliance to jointly provide previs and VFX services to feature film and commercial clients.
Rising Sun Pictures and Flinders University announce the completion of their inaugural intensive ten-week training program in visual effects where students bolster their skills in rotoscoping, camera tracking, match-moving and compositing.
OptiTrack will feature a half-pipe with markered skateboarders at SIGGRAPH to showcase the wide-angle capabilities of 24 Prime 17W cameras powered by Motive:Body software.
Thinkbox Software announces the latest versions of their software Krakatoa and Stoke, with demonstrations and training sessions scheduled for SIGGRAPH 2013.
Mirada teams with Guillermo del Toro for the prologue sequence for Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures Pacific Rim.