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A 'Despicable' Situation Aided by Shotgun Software
Published Date: 13-Jul-2013
Los Angeles — Shotgun Software’s web-based production management platform, Shotgun, kept Paris-based animation studio Illumination Mac Guff on track for the 3D summer family film and last weekend’s bo ...
Hybride Lifts Action in 'White House Down'
Published Date: 12-Jul-2013
Piedmont, QC — Hybride, a division of Ubisoft, takes audiences to the heart of the action in White House Down with the production of several of the film’s highly realistic VFX shots.
Dewar’s 3-B Printing Project
Published Date: 12-Jul-2013
To celebrate the debut of Dewar’s Highlander Honey, the whiskey producer is showcasing the craft of one of its most important partners in making the new infused blend, the Highlander honeybees, with t ...
Bad Robot Uses Tweak RV-SDI for Star Trek Into Darkness 2K VFX Review
Published Date: 10-Jul-2013
San Francisco — Bad Robot, the production company founded by director J.J. Abrams, recently adopted Tweak Software’s RV-SDI to review visual effects shots from Star Trek Into Darkness.
Douglas Trumbull’s Experimental Short 'UFOTOG'
Published Date: 10-Jul-2013
LONDON — Filmmaking pioneer Douglas Trumbull recently used Codex recording technology in the production of UFOTOG, the first high-frame rate (120 fps), stereoscopic 3D film.
Inside Monsters University
Published Date: 2-Jul-2013
Fans of Disney/Pixar’s feature films love to scour the screen in search of the Hidden Gems the filmmakers sneak into each film: WALL•E’s explorations uncover a Mike Wazowski antenna ball, paying homag ...
The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus Takes AJA Gear on the Road
Published Date: 20-Jun-2013
Non-profit group The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus has provided American students of all ages with free, hands-on opportunities to make original music, video, photo, game app and broadcast projects ...
Lots of CG Fish in the Sea
Published Date: 18-Jun-2013
Framestore has character designed, animated and directed a boys and girls advertisement for Three Ireland's new "all you can eat everything" plan, completing the full-CG 30-second spot on a remarkably ...
Zombie Motion for N3V Games’ 'Dead On Arrival 2' Captured with iPi Motion Capture
Published Date: 12-Jun-2013
MOSCOW — The next wave of zombie action is about to be unleashed in Dead On Arrival 2 – the latest installment in the popular mobile video game created by the Queensland, Australia-based N3V Games.
Nathan Love Steps into the Ring for Battroborgs
Published Date: 12-Jun-2013
Battroborgs, TOMY’s motion-controlled battling robot toys, leap to vivid life in a CG spot thanks to the animation pros at Nathan Love.
Hollywood HD Stock Video Footage Company VideoFort Applies Amazon’s Newest Technology
Published Date: 4-Jun-2013
HOLLYWOOD, CA — VideoFort has become the first all-HD and Ultra HD stock footage library to offer unlimited royalty-free downloads to its members. VideoFort built its expansive stock video platform of ...
Framestore’s Big Secret: Creating Imagery for Documentary
Published Date: 28-May-2013
A movie whose central focus is on documents could have been difficult to follow and less than exciting had it not been for the visual effects.
Cantina Creative Gives Iron Man 3 a ‘Heads Up’
Published Date: 22-May-2013
NEWBURY PARK, CA — Cantina Creative, a design and visual effects studio located in Culver City, California, relied on Maxon's Cinema 4D software to generate more than 100 2D and 3D visual effects shot ...
MPC NY Breaks the Mold
Published Date: 20-May-2013
MPC Digital teamed up with The One Club via JWT New York to create Fracture.io, a stunning installation experience for The One Show’s lavish after-party at NYC’s Bowery Hotel.
Ntropic Gives Life to Marco Brambilla’s 'Creation [Megaplex]'
Published Date: 6-May-2013
Ntropic Creative Director and Founder Nate Robinson pushed the boundaries of Autodesk Flame visual effects software and Autodesk Maya 3D animation software to deliver extraordinary visual effects for ...
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