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November 8, 2019

How Hinge Uses Mocap for Adult Swim’s TOONAMI

Hinge Executive Producer and Co-founder Roland Gauthier on creating animation with the Xsens MVN suit for Adult Swim’s TOONAMI (VFX Voice)

Douglas Trumbull: A Mutual Appreciation Between Scientists and Moviemakers

Legendary director Douglas Trumbull talks about what moviemakers and scientists can learn from each other (Physics World)

Adobe Developing New System That Could Protect Artists From Having Their Work Stolen Online

Here’s a look at what the CAI is and how it could benefit the visual arts community (Cartoon Brew)

Foundry Updates Mari Paint & Texture Tool

The new release offers an extensive range of procedural patterns and filters that bolster artists arsenal for procedural workflows and introduces vendor shader collaborations with 3Delight and VRay (Computer Graphics World)

VES Visionary: Roland Emmerich To Get Visual Effects Society Award

Roland Emmerich, the filmmaker behind Independence Day, Midway, 2012, White House Down, and Stargate, will be honored with the VES Visionary Award by the Visual Effect Society (Deadline)

James Dean Reborn in CGI for Vietnam War Action-Drama

The cultural icon, who died in 1955, will return to the screen via CGI using actual footage and photos for Finding Jack (The Hollywood Reporter)

ftrack Acquires CineSync Developer Cospective

ftrack has acquired Cospective, the company behind the widely used Oscar- and Emmy-winning remote review and approval tool CineSync (Studio Daily)

DNEG adds JOKER VFX supervisor Edwin Rivera

Rivera brings more than 25 years of effects experience, most recently serving as overall VFX supervisor on JOKER (SHOOT Online)


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