Mark Zuckerberg sees a “long term journey” for the development of his version of the metaverse.
Working from home, the studio developed a new IMAX pipeline for its first theatrical release in more than two years.
Catmull will guide Baobab on their “creative and operations.”
The company allows you to buy, sell, and create cg clothes for your personal animated character.
Baobab Studios has added two animation directors, two games directors, and a new director of marketing in its latest round of appointments.
The two winners, chosen on February 26, will present their projects at Annecy’s MIFA market.
The immersive tech could eventually allow park visitors to interact with Mickey Mouse and Elsa as images, not cast members in costume.
Tiny Island Universe will feature malls and zones for users to “explore, socialize, and have fun in.”
The software ties into Nvidia’s metaverse development platform.
Welcome to the non-Meta metaverse.
A world populated by digital avatars needs a whole lot of real-time animation.
Becky doesn’t have much in the scary jungle she calls home, but she does have her beloved egg.
Facebook thinks creativity suffers when staff work remotely. Its solution: virtual offices filled with cartoon avatars.
The only virtual reality project presented as a work in progress at Annecy was an atmospheric multiplayer experience.
The British inventor-and-dog duo’s first ar adventure is due to launch in mid-January.
The Emmys showed their appreciation for the artistry of Genndy Tartakovsky’s series “Primal.”
The festival is taking place in real life (September 2–12), but the vr works will only be accessible online.
Abovitz wanted to make a popular augmented-reality entertainment system. He failed.
Aardman is taking Wallace and Gromit into augmented reality.