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Variety recently got an inside look at Light Field Lab’s
Variety recently got an inside look at Light Field Lab’s pioneering work on holographic displays. Check out their deep dive here.
We’re thrilled to see some of our amazing clients on
We’re thrilled to see some of our amazing clients on StudioDaily’s inaugural list of Exceptional Women in Production & Post, including Method Studios and Tender Claws. Congrats to all the honorees!
FOX Sports’ new NASCAR virtual studio is equipped with next-gen capabilities thanks to Epic Games’ Unreal Engine. Visit Engadget to get the scoop and check out this video for a preview.
Light Field Lab is partnering with OTOY, Endeavor, and
Light Field Lab is partnering with OTOY, Endeavor, and Roddenberry Entertainment to develop a no-headset holographic display system, and ultimately a real-life Holodeck. Get the details at The Hollywood Reporter.
Cinefex spotlights Encore’s Executive Creative Director and
Cinefex spotlights Encore’s Executive Creative Director and VFX Supervisor Armen Kevorkian, the man behind the spectacle on hit shows like Supergirl, Black Lightning, and The Flash. Click here to read more!
Yahoo Movies takes a look at how Stereo D helped Peter
Yahoo Movies takes a look at how Stereo D helped Peter Jackson make 100-year old footage look like new for his epic World War I documentary. Click here to learn more about how Stereo D restored, colored, and dimensionalized the century-old footage.
Have a look at what the LA Times will be checking out at
Have a look at what the LA Times will be checking out at this year’s IndieCade, happening today and tomorrow in Santa Monica!
Deluxe today unveiled Stage One, its new state-of-the-art 4
Deluxe today unveiled Stage One, its new state-of-the-art 4,000 square foot color grading facility in Hollywood’s historic Glen Glenn Sound building. Read more about Stage One’s offerings in Variety.
Visit CGSociety to learn about how Blue Spill, a boutique
Visit CGSociety to learn about how Blue Spill, a boutique motion graphics and VFX facility, used Autodesk Flame to create the trippy opening title sequence for Netflix documentary “Take Your Pills.” (And click here to see the sequence in full.)
We’re so excited to be working with IndieCade again this
We’re so excited to be working with IndieCade again this year! Check out their newly-announced festival nominees here and come by the event in Santa Monica on Oct. 12-13.