Autodesk has announced that the forthcoming version of Softimage, due out next month, will be the last.
Autodesk has introduced Maya LT 2014, a new 3D modelling and animation suite tailored for independent and mobile game developers.
Autodesk’s Entertainment Creation Suite 2014 features 3D animation, visual effects and creative tools updated to offer new workflow enhancements
Visual effects studio Brewster Parsons, advertising agency twofifteenmccann and Anonymous Content director Malcolm Venville have collaborated on spots to show how the Kinect for Xbox 360 has inspired people to experience the world in new ways.
Autodesk has released Motion FX, a free movement-based video effects app available exclusively for Mac OS X Lion
Twenty years ago, 3ds Max – then known as 3D Studio DOS – was launched. The Autodesk celebrations start with a microsite…
Autodesk launches competition for the hottest design visualisation talent in the UK and Italy, with the winner receiving a high-end graphics card worth over £1,000 from ATI.
Framestore has announced a new high-profile film hire in the shape of Steve MacPherson as CTO, VFX.
Animation studio Nathan Love and ad agency 22squared have together created a series of high quality animated broadcast spots for Baskin-Robbins’ US summer advertising campaign.
Autodesk has announced the latest versions of its digital entertainment creation software in time for the annual Games Developers Conference (GDC)
Autodesk is ready to start shipping Autodesk Smoke 2010 for Mac OS X for around $15k
As part of a rebranding campaign for Cablevision’s MSG Network, Troika has developed game packages for US sports broadcasts of the NHL’s New York Rangers and the NBA’s New York Knicks games, as well as...
Ingenuity Engine’s futuristic music promo for ‘I Can Transform Ya’, features singer Chris Brown, producer Swizz Beatz and rapper Lil Wayne as they deconstruct and shapeshift into sports cars, armoured tanks, helicopters and other...
Blur Studio has created a campaign of cinematic CG spots for Goldfish crackers, directed by first time director Leo Santos.
SpeakeasyFX has created the first 3D animated series to be part of the Sesame Street television programme.