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November 20, 2018

The Long, Fearful Flight of George R.R. Martin’s NIGHTFLYERS

The VFX team of Nightflyers on bringing George R.R. Martin’s novella to Syfy (VFX Voice)

Famous Studios in Mumbai Is Now Home to Its Very Own Mo-cap Studio

Centroid, a well-known motion capture firm from the UK, alongside Famous Studios in Mahalaxmi, Mumbai collaboratively unveiled the city’s first Motion Capture Studio. (Digit)

Disney’s PoseVR Is A Mind-Blowing Tool That Lets You Animate In VR

The most exciting example of the forthcoming possibilities can be seen in PoseVR, a new in-house tool developed by Walt Disney Animation Studios that allows an animator to work with a posable rig in VR (Cartoon Brew)

Developers Can Apply for Grants up to $500,000 Through Magic Leap’s Independent Creator Program

Do you happen to be a developer with an idea that would be great for augmented reality (AR)/mixed reality (MR) headsets but need some funding to get it off the ground? (VR Focus)

A Virtual Production Explainer: What It Is, And What It Could Mean For Your Project

If there’s a buzz word right now in filmmaking and visual effects, it is probably ‘virtual production.’  (Cartoon Brew)

Netflix and Amazon Spark Animation Revival, Spending Heavily in Quest for Binge-worthy Shows

Streaming companies, led by Netflix and Amazon, are rapidly increasing their spending on animation content (Los Angeles Times)

Netflix Enlists CG Hybrid WWII Drama Series The Liberator

Netflix has ordered a four-part animated drama set in World War II titled The Liberator, based on the book by Alex Kershaw, from creator/writer/exec producer Jeb Stuart (Die Hard) (Animation Magazine)


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