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Wētā FX’s 4-time Oscar-winning Senior Visual Effects Supervisor discusses his collaboration with director James Cameron on the highly anticipated ‘Avatar’ sequel, now in theaters.
Tech giant offering 2-days of online sessions with presentations by WB Games Avalanche, Playground Games, Crafty Apes, IGNITE Animation Studios, Crater Studio, and Megalis VFX; registration is free and required to attend.
The new, rebuilt version of the performance capture and motion tracking software provides real-time motion tracking, Digital Delsys EMG systems integration, and advanced customization with a redesigned UI.
Flagship product updates include powerful new functionality and tools like the much anticipated USD plugin for Maya.
VFX veteran leads 75-artist team, using state-of-the-art virtual production technology, to tell the story of an android’s battle against a gang of robots.
The Imaginarium Studios partners with the Royal Shakespeare Company to create a digital avatar projected in real-time utilizing Xsens motion capture technology.
VFX house Framestore uses a 24-camera Vicon system paired with Vicon’s data capture and processing software Blade to precisely capture data straight into Autodesk MotionBuilder.
Complicated three-tier set of Design & Creation suites is replaced by a single set of primary products for each industry Autodesk serves.
Autodesk and Shotgun Software play a supporting role in the creation of some of the year’s most lauded films and TV series.
Previs supervisor Brad Alexander and postvis supervisor A.J. Briones take us inside J.J. Abrams’ epic new ‘Star Wars’ adventure.
The Third Floor’s virtual production supervisor discusses high precision coordination for shooting actors, cameras, stunts, rigs and backdrops on Ridley Scott’s award-winning sci-fi adventure.
Character rigging master Brad Clark returns once again to put the latest Autodesk software suite update to the test.
Lightweight inertial capture suits allow production company MRC to lay down Ted’s performance live on set.
Industry veteran joins animation software leader; bringing over 20 years of senior executive experience from Autodesk, Alias Systems, Kaydara and Meltwater.