Computer graphics guru Eric Haines will share his expertise as he covers key concepts in ray tracing.
Adelaide, South Australia-based VFX production house today marks 25 years creating visual effects for some of Hollywood’s biggest films.
As part of its ongoing R&D efforts, studio creates animated short showcasing new UE4 real-time technology, including ray tracing and rendering innovations.
Production VFX supervisor Marshall Krasser walks through some of the 1,400 visual effects shots his team produced on Greg Daniel’s new Amazon Original series just released May 1.
To facilitate much needed industry connections, Licensing Expo is joining forces with Licensing International to offer 5-day virtual program running June 15-19; Licensing Expo 2021 returns May 25-27, 2021.
Oscar qualifying Spanish animation festival embarks on virtual journey, offering free masterclasses with an international line-up of artists and creators.
How visual effects studio Rocket Science safeguards innovation while riding the constant, complex waves of episodic TV.
WIA president addresses important issues concerning working from home and how it’s affecting people’s lives during pandemic.
Virtually produced May 2 telecast, hosted by Victoria Justice, was full of surprises, celebrities, and SLIME!
Oscar-winning ‘Jojo Rabbit’ director to co-write and direct new movie franchise entry; new ‘Star Wars’ Disney+ series also announced during May the Fourth celebrations.
New version includes next-gen platform support, allowing developers to build PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X games.
Industry veteran and entrepreneur will be direct point of contact for VFX studio’s growing U.S. client base.
Led by VFX supervisors Johnny Gibson and Edward Hawkins, the studio provided a bucket-full of digital blood and gore, wounds, muzzle flashes, deadly arrows and a digital jet on the Jason Blum and Damon Lindelof produced action-thriller.
Starting tomorrow, running through May 8 and then every two weeks through the end 2020, conference will post a new online piece dedicated to an outstanding personality from the event’s history.
Sony Pictures TV, Scholastic and ‘Goosebumps’ film producer Neal Moritz are developing a new series based on R. L. Stine’s hugely popular children’s horror novels.
New series based on famous horror film franchise mythology said to be in development at WarnerMedia’s famed premium network.
Highlights include sequences from ‘The Witcher,’ ‘Rocketman,’ ‘Lost in Space’ S2, ‘Avengers Infinity War’ and Avengers Endgame.’
Films initially streamed commercially after theatrical release was postponed or canceled can be submitted for Academy Awards consideration; sound mixing and sound editing awards being combined into one category.
Organizers of the premiere conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques have canceled the 2020 edition, set for July 19-23 in Washington, D.C., due to the COVID-19 pandemic; details of move to virtual conference format will be released in near future.
Each week, Oscar-winning director will discuss one of his top 20 classic films on the network’s popular franchise series showcasing some of the greatest movies in cinematic history.
Each day May 5-8 and then every two weeks through the end 2020, conference will post a new online piece dedicated to an outstanding personality from the event’s history.