The software developer and R&D company work to boost the CG ecosystem with seamless and fast data transfer of layouts and geometry between 3D applications, as well as look to address wider industry problems, such as proper motion blur render of varying meshes in Maya and Katana.
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Forthcoming Mari update offers exciting performance and workflow enhancements, offering artists the ability to work on and export complex projects faster; Katana 2.6 release includes UI/UX enhancements and a new viewer API.
Along with a slew of VFX breakdown videos and images, ‘Piper’ supervising technical director Brett Levin details the tools and techniques employed on director Alan Barillaro’s Oscar-nominated CG short.
Creative software developer’s VFX tools have been utilized in every film nominated for Best Visual Effects at this year’s Academy Awards.
Additional third-party applications available on demand via Thinkbox include The Foundry’s NUKE and KATANA, Chaos Group V-Ray, NVIDIA Iray and Mental Ray, Redshift, and Peregrine Labs’ Yeti.
Animation supervisor Steve Rawlins discusses Spider-Man, Ant-Man, Black Panther and other CG super hero characters ILM produced for Marvel’s action-adventure hit.
Open source release of technology used for the interchange of 3D graphics data through various digital content creation tools provides an effective and scalable solution for the complex workflows of CG film and game industry studios.
Developer of tools for CG content creation hosting behind-the-scenes presentations from a raft of customers including Pixar Animation Studios, MPC and Sony Pictures Imageworks.
Award-winning software brings greater efficiency to studios of all sizes with new Windows port; professional look development and lighting tool is now easier to install and supports plug-ins for RenderMan, V-Ray, Arnold and 3Delight.
Company Teams with The Foundry for Free Hours of NUKE and KATANA, and Chaos Group for Free Hours of V-Ray; Also Provides Complimentary Use of Deadline and Krakatoa for the Month.
Updates Include third-party metered licensing with The Foundry’s NUKE and KATANA, and Chaos Group’s V-Ray; a new proxy server; and enhanced monitor features.
Beijing-based Light Chaser Animation Studios employs Solid Angle’s Arnold renderer to produce high-quality computer graphics for China’s ‘Little Door Gods.’
Development collaboration brings popular VFX, broadcast and design renderer to industry-standard apps.