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Archive Nov 2007
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Autodesk launches combustion 2008 desktop compositing software.


REALVIZR lends their support for the re-launch of the popular online virtual reality magazine, VRMAG.
Splutterfish announces the availability of Brazil r/s 2.
30 Nov, 2007
30 Nov, 2007
29 Nov, 2007
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DreamWorks' 20-minute Shrek short, Shrek the Halls, premiered yesterday and reportedly scored more than 21 million viewers.
Di-O-Matic announces the immediate release of Voice-O-Matic, the XSI Edition.
The Making of Three lines by Henning Ludvigsen.
29 Nov, 2007
28 Nov, 2007
28 Nov, 2007
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Making of Cheese Platter, by Hau Ming (Jamie) Li.
Slashfilm posts a list of the upcoming 3D movies releases all the way through 2011.
Autodesk profiles the work done by Ubisoft in Assassin's Creed using Autodesk software.
27 Nov, 2007
26 Nov, 2007
24 Nov, 2007
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An interview with producer Jeffrey Katzenberg, on DreamWorks' Bee Movie.
Beowulf marks the first wide release of a 3D movie, and the first to be projected by Imax 3D, Real D, and the newcomer Dolby 3D. Read on for a review of the versions.
Go behind the scenes of the next Mummy movie, directed by Rob Cohen. Six behind-the-scenes featurettes are online.
23 Nov, 2007
22 Nov, 2007
22 Nov, 2007
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Sony's ''The ChubbChubbs Save X-mas '' wins the Best Animation at the Big Apple Film Festival.
A video tutorial on understanding light cache in Vray.
The making of ''Monster Job Hunter,'' by Jason Gary.
21 Nov, 2007
21 Nov, 2007
21 Nov, 2007
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Sidefx releases Apprentice HD, a version of Houdini for the ''starving artists'' that will set you back $99.
Over at Capcom's blog is an article looking into the re-creation of the artwork of the classic Street Fighter in HD.
Beowulf slays competition, and garners $28 million in box office, 40% of which is from 3D screens.
20 Nov, 2007
20 Nov, 2007
19 Nov, 2007
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AMD launches quad-core Phenom. Follow the benchmarks.
An interview with Massimo Righi, a self-taught artist from Italy who is a animal and nature lover and uses Maya to express this love.
Tim Burton is making a 3D Alice in Wonderland movie for Disney.
19 Nov, 2007
18 Nov, 2007
17 Nov, 2007
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Softimage offers a new 30-Day free trial of XSI 6.5 Essentials (with Hair, Fur and Cloth).
Pixologic releases a trial version of ZBrush 3.1, free video tutorials, and a new help system.
An interview with director Colin Brady on the big-screen CGI adaptation of the manga series AstroBoy by Imagi Animation.
17 Nov, 2007
17 Nov, 2007
16 Nov, 2007
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A video tutorial that shows you to take your 3D model from Maya and turn it into an active video game prop
SIGGRAPH 2008 starts accepting submissions.
Modo 301 from Luxology is now in the hands of thousands of 3D artists and designers worldwide by releasing a 30 day evaluation pack with professional video training included all for $25.
15 Nov, 2007
15 Nov, 2007
15 Nov, 2007
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Turbo Squid Releases Tentacles Plug-in for Maya 8.5 and XSI 6
Luma Pictures helped recreate the brutal, untamed landscape of the New American West in providing visual effects for the new Coen Brothers film No Country for Old Men.
Game Design Expo is thrilled to name its keynote speakers for 2008: Jay Weinland and CJ Cowan, two of the team leads behind Bungie Studios' blockbuster Halo 3.
15 Nov, 2007
14 Nov, 2007
14 Nov, 2007
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Aardman has a new series in the works, Creature Discomforts, which will introduce 6 new characters, all with disabilities.
ZDNet interviews Billy Hinner, CIO of Autodesk.
The Academy announced the twelve features that have been submitted for consideration in the Animated Feature Film category for the 80th Academy Awards.
13 Nov, 2007
13 Nov, 2007
11 Nov, 2007
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NBC launches a TV downloads service, with free episodes such as Heroes and Bionic Woman. US only. Windows only.
A video tutorial on modeling a template using 3ds max, by Giorgio Luciano.
Adobe Senior Product Manager describes Photoshop as a ''bloated monster of a program,'' and says that Adobe is working on uncluttering its user interface.
11 Nov, 2007
10 Nov, 2007
09 Nov, 2007
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Reuters publishes an interview with Brad Bird about his next film, ''1906''.
AWN writes about ''Seinfeldian'' animated world in DreanWiorks' Bee Movie.
EA is closing EA Chicago effective immediately.
08 Nov, 2007
07 Nov, 2007
07 Nov, 2007
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Joblo visits Pixar, and writes on the visit along with video interviews with an Animation Supervisor
Boxx packs 8 quad-core processors, for a total of 32 cores, in its new Apexx workstation.
Game Design Expo Set to Return for Second Year - Vancouver Film School Hosting Two Days of Speakers in Jan 2008 - Full details available on their site.
07 Nov, 2007
06 Nov, 2007
06 Nov, 2007
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A team at the University of Washington has created a system to use vacation photos from Flickr to create 3D models of world landmarks.
Post Magazine writes on the visual effects of Beowulf.
''Refining VFX on Returning TV Series,'' an interesting article that looks into vfx upgrades to new seasons of shows like Heroes, Smallville and CSI.
05 Nov, 2007
04 Nov, 2007
03 Nov, 2007
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Two video interviews with Brad Bird and John Lasseter about Ratatouille and Pixar's next projects.
Steven Spielberg will receive the Visual Effects Society Lifetime Achievement Award at the next VES Awards.
The ''Secrets of Swimsuit Babeby,'' a detailed making of by Jimmy Chow.
03 Nov, 2007
02 Nov, 2007
02 Nov, 2007
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Apple updates its MacBook lineup of laptops with the Santa Rosa architecture and the new GMA X3100 built-in VGA.
01 Nov, 2007