This month, we interview senior research scientist for Disney Research, Kenny Mitchell, take a trip down the rabbit hole of virtual production workflows, and much more!
A deep dive into Virtual Production workflows
We go down the rabbit hole to find out exactly what a virtual production workflow entails - from pitch vis to to tech-vis.Read the full story
Virtual worlds and adaptive light-fields: an interview with Disney Research
We speak to Kenny Mitchell, a senior research scientist for Disney Research, about his team’s work on adaptive light fields and the challenges around telling stories in VR.Read the full story
Virtual reality as a social experience
We explore the rise of ‘social VR’, in which users interact with other people in virtual reality environments, rather than experiencing them alone.Read the full story
Design visualization: how Foundry is leading the visual-first revolution
Foundry CTO Jon Wadelton explains how product design is in the midst of a a visual-first revolution - and how Foundry is leading the charge.Read the full story
Bringing How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World to life with DreamWorks Animation
Discover how DreamWorks created the visual story reel for the upcoming How to Train Your Dragon film using Flix.
Explaining deep learning: what it is, and what it’s not
Deep learning has the potential to reinvent every industry—including VFX. But what is it exactly? Find out here.
The big trends that will define 2019
We look into our crystal ball and try to predict the VFX and tech trends that will define 2019.
Human anatomy and limited technology: the barriers to truly immersive VR
The Holy Grail in VR is to create a true sense of presence by making the viewer believe they’re truly inside the virtual world. But that’s easier said than done...
Katana in 2018 and the road ahead
We take a look back at some of our best Katana customer stories from 2018, and look ahead to what’s in store for next year.
SVOD as a boon for the VFX industry
We look at how the rise of subscription video on demand (SVOD) has created a windfall of work for VFX studios