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How will movie jurors classify a creative animal like The Lion King, which is due out in July? (The Washington Post)
North American Advertising Division joins the already thriving advertising divisions in Pixomondo’s Germany and China locations (PR.com)
Faster interactive rendering, improved displacement, and new AI denoising bring even more power to artist-friendly renderer. (Animation World Network)
Foundry has announced updates to Katana, its flagship look development and lighting tool. Version 3.1 incorporates a range of updates that will enable artists to achieve more complex and creative results faster. (Post Magazine)
Noted American Visual Effects supervisor Tim McGovern talks about the evolution of visual effects in cinema while touching upon the latest trends and possibilities (The Hindu)
“It was like a huge dinosaur jigsaw puzzle,” says VFX supervisor David Vickery of one of the ILM-created creatures — a 3D-printed T-Rex. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Katherine Rahill is using virtual reality to simulate the way objects appear on the surface of the moon, and to measure the way people perceive things like slope angles and distance. (Singularity Hub)
Gloria, the Los Angeles- and Mexico-based branded entertainment production company, has strengthened its roster by signing filmmaker and VFX specialist, Alejandro Damiani. (Post Magazine)
In his new role, Spillemaecker will lead the development growth of the 2D department, manage production and mentor the compositing team, as well as adding his expertise to the executive team. (Animation Magazine)