In all, streamers took 51 nominations against 43 for other platforms. Winners will be announced on July 17.
The co-founder of Baobab Studios tells us how the company’s vr titles, including “Baba Yaga,” wouldn’t exist without Unity.
The festival is taking place in real life (September 2–12), but the vr works will only be accessible online.
The initiative aims to “inspire local creativity while raising the bar for independent animation worldwide.”
For less than $17, experience the first virtual edition of the famous Annecy festival.
A music video for John Legend’s “When You Can Fly,” a song from the vr experience “Crow: The Legend.”
Tribeca attendees had a massive range of styles, narratives (both linear and non-linear), gameplay, and immersion to choose from this year.
BBC and Netflix’s “Watership Down” and Disney Junior’s “Elena of Avalor” received the most nominations for an animated production this year.
“Crow: The Legend” sees the studio mix story narrative and interaction in a big way.
The Italian digital arts conference this month features several leading women in the cg, vfx, and animation industries.
No individual program, animated or live-action, won as many Emmys as the Dreamwork/Guillermo del Toro project.
The well-funded vr animation startup co-founded by Dreamworks director Eric Darnell is creating its first episodic vr animation series.
See what’s new in vr at Sundance’s New Frontiers program for 2017.
We look at some of the latest high-profile vr animation projects, and offer some thoughts on this new animation frontier.
Darnell’s new company Baobab Studios will release its first virtual reality short, “Invasion,” early next year.