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Post Production Panel: Shooting 120fps

December 10, 2016, 10:09 AM


A panel discussion with the post-production team behind Billy Lynns Long Halftime Walk, the first feature film shot and projected at 120fps. Hosted by Shahir Daud of "The Only Podcast About Movies"

#3d#4k#ang lee#panel#120fps#future tech

May 11, 2015, 21:22 PM


Submit Short Description (The development of CG animation film world is very much changed. Scenes in the film have become so realistic that made it less and less films are made without the use of computer graphics. Many movies rely on 3D models and visual effects and without them these films could not possibly not do. It can be clearly seen in the movies where monsters and monsters are doing, but also in movies and documentaries about the long-extinct animals.

Imagineer Systems Releases mocha 4.1

November 6, 2014, 09:34 AM


Imagineer Systems announced today the availability of mocha Pro 4.1 and mocha Plus 4.1. A free update for existing mocha 4 users, version 4.1 adds a number of new features, including open spline mask export, spline warp export for NUKE, and support for OpenEXR 2.0.

#3d#vfx#post production#mocha#adobe after effects#imagineer systems#nuke#planar tracking
3D Titles in AE

February 6, 2013, 11:55 AM


Nancy presents the intro to the tutorial series, where Trevor explains how to create his 3D Superman logo. He walks us through his meticulous design and creative processes, where he explains the importance of research in redesigning a logo. This includes his reviews and critiques of classic Superman logos. Technically, Trevor’s comfortable working in Maya and ZBrush, but he chooses to work with ShapeShifter AE. He’s truly inspiring, and a great teacher!

#adobe#3d#after effects#ae
Adventures in Stereography

January 18, 2013, 13:16 PM


The late Ray Zone’s work with stereoscopic images goes back to converting flat images into 3D for comic books and graphic novels. As a hands-on practitioner, this led him to 3D work for television and motion pictures, and, as a writer, to his unique place as a groundbreaking journalist and historian of stereoscopic films and their technical evolution. This background has given the “3D King of Hollywood” a privileged view of the developments in stereoscopic cinema as the entertainment...

#3d#book#ray zone
After Effects Apprentice Free Video: Converting 3D

January 10, 2013, 21:52 PM


One of the major additions to After Effects CS6 was the introduction of a new ray-traced 3D rendering engine. This allowed 3D text to have actual thickness (extrusions and beveling), and added transparency and reflectivity parameters to the Material Options list for all 3D layers with the ray-traced rendering engine is selected for a comp. However...

#3d#after effects#convert
Digital Production Buzz -- Jan. 10, 2013

January 9, 2013, 20:37 PM


Toon-Boom Animation Captivates CES, Converting 2D video to 3D video, What to do when your hard drive dies, besides screaming, Archiving assets for hundreds of years, CES Update – What you need to know now, GUESTS: Steven Chu, Dmitriy Vatolin, Chris Bross, Doug Hansen, and Cirina Catania, Click to listen to the current show.…

#3d#ces#animation#toon boom#2d#steven chu#dmitriy vatolin#chris bross#doug hansen#cirina catania
Watchable 3D Experience without the Glasses

January 7, 2013, 09:36 AM


Dimenco is a company that was founded by four people, based in the Netherlands. They used to work together at Phillips, based in the Amsterdam, on 3D technology. Once the project was discontinued, they started Dimenco and continued their work in 3D technology.

Leap Motion's 3D control bundled with ASUS

January 6, 2013, 09:31 AM


Having already joined the motion control party by partnering with PrimeSense, the company behind Microsoft's Kinect, ASUS is now partnering with Leap Motion, the company responsible for a sensor that enables full control of a PC or Mac using hand and finger gestures. The 3D motion control tech will be bundled with selected ASUS' high-end notebooks and All-in-One (AiO) PCs by the end of 2013.

#3d#pc#leap#leap motion#asus
3D Video: Boom or Bust in 2013?

January 3, 2013, 17:36 PM


3D video is a polarizing subject. Hollywood loves 3D, due to increased ticket prices and classic blockbuster 3D re-releases. Television manufacturers are hopeful, thinking 3D might be a new way to get consumers to upgrade their newly purchased HDTV. Consumers, however, are lukewarm. Samsung is admittedly underwhelmed by the sale figures they’re seeing from 3D TVs, citing increased interest in Smart TVs. Hollywood is seeing the percent of ticket sales attributed to 3D dropping.

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