NVIDIA Quadro Kepler helps Pixomondo create alien worlds for Star Trek: Into Darkness.
The Mill creates complete CG primate for the Protection of Endangered Animals campaign.
Supinfocom final year animated short for three students takes the fat balloons out farming.
Six years on, Mike Winkelmann is still creating Everydays every single day. This year with CINEMA 4D, ZBrush and V-Ray.
Creating the point and click Journey Down game from SkyGoblin.
Important Looking Pirates talk about their work on the Kon-Tiki production.
Wrapping up in Iron Man suits, VFX studios line up for shots.
BOXX Technologies today announced an extended marketing and distribution agreement with NewTek to bundle and distribute NewTek's Video Toaster  with the 3DBOXX workstation. Read More
Discreet and Microsoft have teamed up to release gmax for those playing Impossible Creatures to create their own characters and environments. Read More
IRIDAS has released FrameCycler Professional. This latest addition to IRIDAS' family of playback systems delivers uncompressed frame sequences dramatically faster than conventional playback solutions. Read More
Di-O-Matic announced today its latest plug-in development called Voice-O-Matic. This new extension contains an easy-to-use but powerful core that automates the process of lip synchronization for your animated characters directly inside of 3ds max. Read More
Matrox Video Products Group today announced two Professional DVD Bundles for the RT.X100 realtime editing platform. They will be made available until March 31, 2003 from authorized resellers worldwide. press release Read More
Anark® Corporation today debuted three new 3D exporters, allowing users of Alias|Wavefront's Maya, NewTek's Lightwave and Right Hemisphere's Deep Exploration to export models into Anark Studio 1.5.2. press release Read More
Tito A. Belgrave interviews David Clayton and Andrew Silke, the blokes behind the Aussie 3D short film 'Cane-Toad: What Happened to Baz?' Read More