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iPi Motion Capture brings history to life
History buffs who have wondered about witnessing great moments in time are one step closer thanks to Toronto-based mobile content developer  AWE , t Read More
 
iOgrapher before Holidays
It's this time of year that we usually start to think about what to get each other for a holiday gift. This year, with all of the different siz Read More
 
Trapcode Suite 13 Powerhouse includes new Trapcod...
Out now:  Trapcode Suite 13, an upgrade to the industrys most essential tools for creating motion graphics and visual effects in Adobe After Effects. Read More
 
Autodesk Subscriptions & Mac OS
This is great news for the ebb and flow of work that moves through a studio.  Autodesk is offering subscription models for Flame software. Moreover Read More
 
El Capitan if you dare... Digital Anarchy updates
Digital Anarchy has updated their plugins for the intrepid who have decided to upgrade to El Capitan in production. (yecch) Check out the DIGITAL Read More
 

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Headsets for Virtual and Augmented Reality
So you're ready for the VR Experience? The first thing to do is select what VR system you are going to go with, so with that in mind here are the leading virtual and augmented reality headsets. Some are shipping, some not yet... Read More
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Content Insider #486 - 360, VR Everywhere
I'd probably enjoy IBC just as much even if it weren't in Amsterdam but I sure wouldn't want to find out. Or maybe the city just looks better through 360/VR glasses because everyone at the convention centre seemed to have the suctioncup lines on their face. But the discussions at IBC - suppliers, studios, networks, filmmakers, production people - always seemed to touch on how quickly VR had come and how much further it had to go. True VR isn't "brand new" because it's been around since 1929 (Link Simulator) and the first headsets were introduced in the 1960s but now we've got affordable cameras to shoot 360 video and defining VR films. Most of the films are short right now - under 30 minutes - but it won't be long before we have a solid feature film. Read More
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