The new owner, Integrated Media Company, plans to “expand [Toon Boom’s] platform into new markets and to introduce ground-breaking products.”
Members of The Animation Guild are disconcerted with their parent union’s stance on the use of AI in the entertainment industry.
We break down the importance of animation to Apple’s newest tech, as well as four other takeaways from this week’s unveiling.
The highly technical documents accompany upcoming Pixar talks which will take place at SIGGRAPH this August.
The new tech eliminates the need for bespoke facial motion capture technology, making it possible to accomplish with only an iPhone.
The ‘Brother Bear’ director reacts to a recent viral video that claims to be animated using AI.
After being announced last year, Moonray was made available to the public today as open source for general access.
The company is using ChatGPT, among other technologies, and claims that AI will also be used for images, voices, and animation.
Krikey says that AI animation can be “the foundation of the next creator economy.”
‘Nothing, Forever’ went live on Twitch in December, and has been streaming non-stop ever since.
Artists quickly dismissed the company’s claim of animation labor shortages and questioned the ethics of image-generating software.
Superprod is the first French studio to deploy a pipeline based on the Pixar tech.
The suit claims generative AI art tools violate copyright law by scraping artists’ work from the web without their consent.
Developers can now access the suite of cloud-native AI microservices that make it easier to build and deploy avatars at scale.
According to the team at Epic Games, with UE 5.1 “we’re honing in on the artist, and how the artist can use this tool.”
The funding will be used to accelerate the development of open AI models for image, language, audio, video, 3d, and more.
Apoki is only the latest in a long line of popular animated characters being presented as influencers and pop stars.
Using software like Dall-E and Midjourney, artists are creating comics without lifting a pencil.
Trioscope, producer of ‘The Liberator,’ announced it will be licensing its suite of software tools and practical solutions for general use.
Soon, everyone will have access to the same rendering software used on ‘The Bad Guys’ and ‘Puss in Boots: The Last Wish.’