Pushing television to new horizons, AR, VR, and 3D constantly looks to new applications to find unique opportunities and genres ready for change. Discover how the technology is progressing and who is driving it.
May 14, 2019 may not have seemed a particularly important date for those who edit and color grade on Mac’s and PC’s. But it was. By chance, that day I went looking for the May Windows 10 Feature Update (1903). I was surprised to find a scary warning about something I had never heard of: MDS.
The L. A. Convention Center was barely big enough to hold all the computerized creativity unleashed at this year’s SIGGRAPH event.
Humans create their art with the materials available in the era they live in. When French workers created the 151-foot tall Statue of Liberty in the 1870s, they used copper, iron and granite for construction. Five years ago, when a new generation of workers began creating the Statue of Liberty Museum to tell the story of the iconic monument, they employed 8K video and immersive audio, along with physical artifacts, to inspire the 4.3 million annual visitors to the statue site in New York Harbor.
SIGGRAPH attracts those who are building visions of tomorrow with the computer graphics tools of today.
Never in human history has it been easier to be a creative person when using video, audio or music production technology. All media-making gear is better and cheaper than it has ever been. Yet, that “blank slate” that has confronted all creative people for the ages remains unchanged.
Immersive audio transforms the listening environment to deliver a mesmerizing and captivating experience for a wide range of audiences and expansive group of genres.
Artificial Intelligence is more than just one element. In this article, we look at and describe the many parts AI encompasses.
The line up for Italy’s highly respected VFX and animation conference VIEW includes VFX pioneer Rob Legato and Google’s Paul Debevec - speakers at the forefront of virtual cinematography and light field technology.