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by Steve Rotz While at NAB today, we were able to sit it on the "Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device: Advanced Mobile Development" session. Learn what the mobile development pros attending NAB had to say about the advancement of mobile while in Las Vegas.
The making of a game cinematic is a large undertaking, but the end results are fruitful to creating interest in a video game. Without a cinematic it is very hard to generate the desired customer anticipation for an upcoming release. The art and elements of the cinematic are inspired by the game, but It’s more akin to a promotional short film or commercial, rather than an exact example of the finished product.
The visual effects industry is a turbulent place, but mid-sized studios can endure much like a larger global outfit or a nimble boutique if they place their focus in three core areas: technology development, specialization, and their people.
There’s a lot of buzz around virtual reality at the moment and consumer’s expectations are high. In a recent Vicon industry survey 28% of respondents stated that high quality content was important to ensuring a good VR experience. For VR to really take off, the industry needs to address challenges such as improving the development of accessible and high quality content.
The DIVArchive CSM system will serve as the heart of the Yankees' editing and production environment, managing the team's digital assets and making it possible to repurpose the content to enhance productions. Learn about Front Porch Digital's DIVArchive, SAMMA migration and more from Jeff Matulich, Director of Sales and Business Development.
Once upon a time, Joshua Csehak quit his advertising job, bought a 7D, and launched his new career in freelancing. Now it's five years later and after working as the DP for an O2COOL spot, he's here to discuss the spot, its creative development, and the qualities a corporate video needs to come out on top.
It’s been a harrowing year and a half for the video production world. Producers froze development, sets became ghost towns and the post production world faced the challenge of being separated from their SANs, fiber channel networks, and fast, redundant shared storage solutions.
Expanding and enhancing the fan experience at the game has long been a goal of sports stadiums and arenas. From over-the-top, wrap-around video displays to AI driven robotic cameras or the latest display monitors, today's fans don’t want to miss a thing.
In 2020, the markerless motion capture market continues to evolve with new industries beyond the core entertainment/videogame creation world, with new sectors such as bio-medical, science and architecture finding the software helpful. Michael Nikonov, Founder & Chief Technology Officer of Moscow-based iPi Soft, maker of the leading markerless motion capture solution iPi Motion Capture, continues to stay true to the company’s motto “Motion Capture for the Masses,” most recently unveiling real-time tracking and live streaming capabilities into popular game engines such as Unity and Unreal.
The XR Alliance was founded with a simple desire to close the barrier for entry faced by many potential VR creators with a desire to enter the field. Contestants will have their scripts read by a panel of judges made up by some of the leading figures in VR, AR and mixed reality. Winners will receive the opportunity to join the XR Development lab, where they'll be paired with an experienced mentor and granted the opportunity to further turn their idea into a realized product. We talked exclusively with Jessie Kim, Co-Founder & CEO of Prosper XR to learn more.