By Karen Maierhofer
It takes talent and the right tools to generate visual effects of all kinds, whether it’s building breathtaking environments, creating amazing creatures or crafting lifelike characters cast in a major role for film, television, games or short-form projects.
Indeed, we are familiar with industry-leading content creation tools such as Autodesk’s Maya, Continue reading
December 5, 2017
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By Mike McCarthy
I finally got the opportunity to try out the GoPro Fusion camera I have had my eye on since the company first revealed it in April. The $700 camera uses two offset fish-eye lenses to shoot 360 video and stills, while recording ambisonic audio from four microphones in the waterproof unit. Continue reading
November 30, 2017
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AR experiences are customizable and highly sharable. Find out why marketers are more bullish on augmented reality than virtual reality, and learn how to get started.
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NAME: Ela Topcuoglu
COMPANY: Start VR (@Start_VR)
CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR COMPANY?
Start VR is a full-service production studio (with offices in Sydney, Australia and Marina Del Rey, California) specializing in immersive and interactive cinematic entertainment. Continue reading
November 6, 2017
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By Alexandre Regeffe
Back in September, I traveled to Amsterdam to check out new tools relating to VR and 360 production and post. As a producer based in Paris, France, I have been working in the virtual reality part of the business for over two years. While IBC took place in September, Continue reading
November 2, 2017
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