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You can kind of tell by looking, but Ars spoke with some VFX pros who concur. (Ars Technica)
For its 2019 edition, the Frame-By-Frame Animators Conference (FxF) has put together an impressive lineup of animation industry guests to be part of a day-long event at Chicago’s DePaul University on May 4. (Cartoon Brew)
There has been a massive double whammy announcement for virtual reality (VR) fans with the news that both standalone headset Oculus Quest and tethered upgrade Oculus Rift S will both be released on the same day. (VRFocus)
Framestore, the British special effects firm which worked on Avengers: Endgame, was cheered on Monday after the Disney film made box office history, with takings of $1.2 billion (£1.1 billion) in its opening weekend. (Evening Standard)
One of its new projects, OpenEXR, has been used on movies such as Avengers: Infinity War. (The Hollywood Reporter)
New London sound and vision house combines audio expertise of Scramble Soho, VFX smarts of Big Buoy and colour services of Cheat (Little Black Book)
Emmy Award-winning entertainment company Zoic Studios has expanded its advertising team, adding Jason Cohon as executive producer, advertising, and RJ Peristere as business development strategist in LA, as well as signing with Carolyn Hill and Amanda Rosenberg of Carolyn Reps for East Coast sales representation. (SHOOT Online)
Henry Bull has joined Framestore as its new head of recruitment, film, for London. (Post Magazine)