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(De)Signs of the Times
How Mobile Tech Finally Caught Up with 3D Modelling
(De)Signs of the Times
3D modelling has - finally - started to catch up with other technology sectors. Since its inception (exact dates are a little hazy), 3D modelling has revolutionized a number of sectors, including architecture, healthcare and manufacturing. Now, with mobile software options available, designers can finally make the most of mobile technology in the same way that accountants, journalists and other professions did before them. Read More

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REEL TALK RETURNS TO HOLLYWOOD
REEL TALK RETURNS TO HOLLYWOOD
Continuing to give back to the community of motion graphics and visual effects artists in the Hollywood area, Benjamin Budzak is hosting his annual review and critique of demo reels. With special guest Ryan Summers, they help artist get the most out of their past work so they can find new work. Read More
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ASSIMILATE Announces New SCRATCH VR Suite, the Only End-to-End VR Toolset and Workflow
ASSIMILATE Announces New SCRATCH VR Suite, the Only End-to-End VR Toolset and Workflow
In its continued support of all things VR, ASSIMILATE(r) announced today its new SCRATCH VR Suite, the only professional VR end-to-end workflow with an all-inclusive, real-time toolset for working naturally within a 360 environment -- dailies, conform, color grading, composting, finishing, and mastering in any format, any resolution. It's a complete and powerful virtual reality (VR) toolset that enables the highest level of quality and productivity, and it's affordable for everyone. The first public SCRATCH VR Suite demo will be at NAB 2016, the ASSIMILATE booth N8525 in the VR Pavilion, north hall. Read More
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NVIDIA introduces DesignWorks
NVIDIA introduces DesignWorks
NVIDIA has always been about visual computing. We often think of them as the video card and hardware company to make display and rendering happen (I accidentally typed 'happy' before editing it). Perhaps it isnt too far off base to say that NVIDIA is considered the company to make rendering happy. This year at SIGGRAPH, they are announcing a new concept: DesignWorks. Not hardware, the DesignWorks announcement brings an array of new software tools. Read More
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DaVinci Resolve Helps Swordfish Mix the Old with the New
DaVinci Resolve Helps Swordfish Mix the Old with the New
As filmmaking continues to advance, it's important to invest in new technology, but also not to forget the traditional art forms and to continue to create in the original mediums. And often times, mixing the old with the new produces an even greater result. Mauricio Baiocchi, senior creative at San Francisco based motion design studio Swordfish, did just that on "Crickets Would Sing," a stop motion animated film based on short stories written by Frances Fabri. Read More
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AnimeStudio Pro 11
AnimeStudio Pro 11
There are many types of animation software out there, but Anime Studio has two tiers of character animation software that will let help you bring your creative to life easily and dynamically. The entry level application is called Debut, but when you?re ready to step up your game, Anime Studio Pro will give you the tools you need. The latest release comes with some nice upgrades and new features that will let you get there faster and easier. Read More

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