Monthly Archives: December 2006

Free Full Edition of RTSquare 1.3

GPU-Tech takes advantage of this festive season to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and to offer you the possiblity to download a full version of their renderer

New Years in New York 3D spectacular

The Target Corporation will make New Year’s Eve in New York’s Times Square even more exciting by passing out 30,000 pairs of 3-D glasses. The 3-D glasses will transform the fireworks into

OCZ Re-Enters Graphics Market

OCZ Technology Group, a Sunnyvale technology company had left the graphics card market a while ago to focus on high performance and high reliability memory. OCZ was quite successful in this field;

Maya tutorial – Logo and Particles

This lesson will show you, how to create a logo (word) from particles. This can be done through the emitting particles to replicate a texture map of a word. Later on we

Cartoon legend Joseph Barbera died

Legendary Hollywood animator Joseph Barbera, whose characters Fred and Wilma Flintstone and Scooby-Doo made generations of people laugh, died on Monday at age 95, the Warner Bros. film studio said in a

DAZ 3D Launches Victoria 4.0

DAZ 3D, Inc., a developer of 3D models and software, announced the availability of Victoria 4.0, the latest version of the most widely supported 3D figure commercially available. This new release of

Large Scale Panoramic Images Creation: xRez

xRez is a consortium of digital artists committed to exploring new creative opportunities made available by the advent of extremely high-resolution gigapixel digital photography. They believe this is clearly the next revolution

Barrandov opens the largest studio in Europe

Barrandov studio in Prague has the largest film studio in Europe to date. The construction of a 4,000 square meters complex began this spring and the expected 4.5 million USD budget was


Western animation is hugely popular with audiences in Singapore, followed closely in second place by Japanese animation. A number of animation studios are engaged in the production of content for television, as


The Australian government supports the animation industry through funding schemes and incentives. The Australian Film Finance Corporation (FCC) promotes and invests in Australian feature films and television productions. In addition to this,