Powered by its new graphics engine, Moho features major revamps of its rigging and traditional animation tools.
One discission will focus on challenges involved in creating the characters of ‘The Sea Beast,’ and how they were overcome using Ziva VFX.
Users can can generate animation in one of three ways: text to animation, text input + initial image, or input video + text input.
This update offers a new denoising technology developed by Disney Research, and which has been used on every Pixar film since ‘Toy Story 4.’
The new division will be headed by former Siri chief marketing officer Faith Sedlin.
The new tech eliminates the need for bespoke facial motion capture technology, making it possible to accomplish with only an iPhone.
After being announced last year, Moonray was made available to the public today as open source for general access.
Krikey says that AI animation can be “the foundation of the next creator economy.”
Studios can now freely integrate the feature-rich application into their production pipelines.
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 platform aims to be a space for short films where “the attention is from people who are purposely seeking out quality, rather than having it shoved towards them by an algorithm.”
Trioscope, producer of ‘The Liberator,’ announced it will be licensing its suite of software tools and practical solutions for general use.
The company envisions its Lottie format as a replacement for GIFs.
Maxon is also the publisher of Cinema 4D.
The cloud-based pipeline integrates all aspects of cg production into one package, while reducing the need for elaborate on-site infrastructure.
Unity’s acquisition of Weta Digital could be a game-changing moment in the vfx industry.
The South Korean startup says its automated animation tool can slash production costs.
Good news for vr animators: the newly rebranded “Quill by Smoothstep” will still be free.
A new full-sized pinscreen — only the third in existence — has arrived in Quebec. Its creator talks us through the painstaking process of assembling it.
Daniel Hashimoto developed the ultimate A-ha template, then used it to create the ultimate parody video.