Five companies were selected for Disney’s 10th Accelerator program. Three specialize in AI, one in VR, and another in autonomous vehicles.
Built on OpenAI’s Dall-E and GPT models, Sora can also take an existing video and extend it or fill in missing frames.
Autodesk senior engineering director Jeff Bell explains the benefits of the company’s new cloud-based asset management platform, Flow.
Apple has published a research paper which explains the advancements its making in the generative AI field with its Keyframer model.
The model’s creator admits its Stable Diffusion foundation is problematic, but says the public domain could provide answers to many ethical and legal questions about generative AI.
Lumiere advances the tech industry’s push to generate animation through artificial intelligence.
Developed by computer scientists at the University of Chicago, Nightshade confuses AI training models with bad data.
Having used the tools on ‘The Orville’ and ‘Ted,’ MacFarlane says Viewscreen revolutionizes real-time production.
AI developers say it’s not their fault that their machine learning programs produce copyrighted material, even though they are the ones who trained their systems on copyrighted materials without permission.
“In the good old days it took 500 artists five years to make a world-class animated movie. I think it won’t take 10% of that three years from now,” he claimed during a panel.
The company’s aim is to “democratize 3d animation.”
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.