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.
“Special Delivery” is the most widely available short from Google’s Spotlight Stories initiative thanks to a move to the YouTube 360 platform.
For a look at path-breaking VR animation, Sundance 2016 is worth checking out.
Darnell’s new company Baobab Studios will release its first virtual reality short, “Invasion,” early next year.
With the backing of major corporations like Disney and the Chinese government, virtual reality start-up Jaunt is now one of the most well funded companies in VR content creation.t
The short is now available to download for Oculus Rift and PC users.
After directing Pixar’s “Blue Umbrella,” Saschka Unseld has moved into the world of VR filmmaking.
Challenges and lessons learned from interactive animation storytelling.
Interactive, immersive animation experiences are now a reality.
Google’s interactive film division has announced four new animation projects, and introduced a developer’s kit that allows anyone to produce interactive animation.
Led by former Pixar artists, Oculus wants to inspire filmmakers to start creating virtual reality animation projects.
The Sundance Film Festival has announced the film and installation selections for their upcoming edition, which will take place in Park City, Utah between January 22 and February 1, 2015.
Bruce Timm is working with tech company Otoy to recreate the Batcave from “Batman: The Animated Series” as an immersive entertainment experience.