Tag Archives: 3D technology
New Updates and Video Unveiled for Google’s New Project : Google Glass
Google co-founder Sergey Brin presented Google Glass through showing skydivers live streaming their flight. This display made it clear to the public that Google Glass Technology was the next major advancement in Google’s Technology, brand, and possibly one that’s here to stay.
Austin Visuals 3D Animation Studio has found that Adobe has just annouced a new service called “Adobe Anywhere.” This new service allows film and video editors from across web collaborate on editing projects. When users use Adobe Anywhere, video editors work on assets over a network and are able to work on a single timeline at once without having to copy or transfer files to local computers or systems.
Austin Visuals 3D Animation Studio investigates and reports that Pixar’s 3D Steroscopic conversion of Finding Nemo arrives in U.S. Theaters along with Partysaurus Rex, another 3D Animation from Pixar.
The 3D Steroscopic re-rendering gives this nearly 10 year-old film a breath of life; Nell Minow from the Chicago Sun-Times says, “As Marlin, the little clownfish looks for his young son, Nemo, we feel the bleakness of the ocean’s overwhelming size and power.
The Power of Love premiered in 1922 and is considered to be the first 3D feature film. After many decades, 3D films have changed almost completely. We’ve seen progress especially in 3D animation through the years. From Chicken Little (2005) to Avatar (2009) the graphics and details have increasingly gotten better.
Austin Visuals 3D Animation Studio finds that computer animation programs are continuing to evolve. Zbrush premiered over a decade ago and completely pioneered what was to be the next generation of digital sculpting using its “pixol” technology. This allowed massively detailed sculpting without horrendous load times that would have been traditionally attributed with such dense meshes.
An Interview with Matt Winters, President and CEO at Austin Visuals, discusses the importance of Animation in Business today.
Austin Visuals 3D Animation studio reports of exciting news as Matt Winters speaks about the direction the Animation Industry is going in and what needs to be done to stay up with the latest in technology trends. For the full interview online click here.
In the past couple of years, 3D televisions and accompanying technology have enjoyed a huge buzz. The industry has seen sales double on TVs, and it is projected that this growth will continue next year as well.
The way we view television has been revolutionized with the advent of 3D, and it is even easier to enjoy this technology in our own homes.