Oculus has announced that its vr drawing tool Quill will be made available in beta next month.
“Rain or Shine” is the most interactive short to date in the Spotlight Stories series.
Can hundreds, or even thousands, of people experience vr simultaneously? A new start-up by former Dreamworks Animation vets thinks they can make it happen.
The next frontier for classical animation: virtual reality.
Adult-skewing animation dominated the animation portion of the 2016 Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
Fresh off “The Jungle Book,” Jon Favreau has discovered a new passion: vr filmmaking.
SIGGRAPH can be overwhelming, so here’s an animation and VFX-focused look at what not to miss in Anaheim.
Brad Bird, virtual reality, storyboarding, and true animation legends are part of our must-see Comic-Con events.
Phil Tippett is using augmented reality to bring his classic creatures to life in the new game Hologrid: Monster Battle.
We will all be this lady in a few years.
In the new frontier of vr animation, basic film concepts like cutting and editing can become huge technical challenges.
The annual mega-animation festival is happening in a few weeks, and we’re here to help guide you through it.
A provocative and kaleidoscopic new vision of the future, where physical and virtual realities have merged, and the city is saturated in media.
We look at some of the latest high-profile vr animation projects, and offer some thoughts on this new animation frontier.
As quickly as it began, FMX is over for another year. Perhaps more than at previous conferences, speakers were especially confident in …
Cartoon Brew reports from Germany’s digital art conference FMX.
Tribeca Film Festival’s Storyscapes is a worthwhile look at where interactive storytelling is headed.
As millennials abandon TV viewing and gravitate to mobile and online consumption, traditional TV studios are scrambling to adapt to the viewing habits of young viewers.
The film is directed by Shannon Tindle, who also came up with the idea for Laika’s “Kubo and the Two Strings.”
Legendary director and provocateur Werner Herzog has some thoughts on the future of entertainment.