Volume: 29 Issue: 4 (April 2006)


Top Spots
Digital effects turn in a game-winning performance in this year’s Super Bowl commercial showdown
Small screens run deep
Rich 3D game content is starting to flow on mobile phones
Size Matters
ILM builds a giant CG model and new methods for simulating water to help create the remake of Poseidon
Fox/Blue Sky bring a flood of innovation to Ice Age: The Meltdown


High Dynamic Range Displays
The human eye is an incredible instrument. It has the ability to process a very high range of colors and even a larger range of luminance variations.
E Frontier Image Gallery
E frontier's Poser and Shade are tools for the professional digital artist. Yet, their intuitive structure and attractive price make them attractive to novices and newcomers to the world of 3D art and ...
New + Improved - 4/06
This month, the editors cast a spotlight on product announcements made during NAB2006, held at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Casual Approach
The genre may be called ‘casual gaming,’ but with a large user and revenue base, it is serious business
Editor's note
"The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated…" -Mark Twain
Spotlight - 4/06
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