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Adobe is updating Premiere Pro, After Effects and its other Creative Cloud video tools in time for IBC.
Now available, Fusion 8 is a free Hollywood-grade VFX tool as used on BBC's Poldark – featuring many new creative tools and a redesigned interface.
The beta of Zync on Google Cloud Platform has gone live, with the offer of free render credit up for grabs.
Atmos technology is built into new Lenovo devices newly launched at IFA
Fabulous Noble aims to makes it easy to commission a portrait from some well-known artists.
This tiny camera clips to your iPhone and can capture photos as good as from a digital SLR, says its makers.
Nvidia's new virtualised architecture lets you run tools such as Nuke, Maya, AE or Photoshop on a laptop or tablet – with blistering performance.
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Microsoft and AMF Fastigheter give group of ten year olds virtual TNT to flatten city
Ethical creative agency Nice and Serious marks the 10 year anniversary of the disaster with a one-minute animation
Created for Oculus Rift and PC, this game from Gentleman Scholar lets the viewer really take control and explore each level
Bold typography forms part of targeted marketing campaign for first Manchester branch of Vietnamese street food chain
The new Update 3 to the modelling and animation suite offers improved ZBrush GoZ and After Effects interop.
B-Reel Creative creates a VR prototype called Stupid Big Hands, where you play a clumsy giant
The VFX-heavy short by 1stAveMachine follows a futuristic NYPD entering a subterranean and ruined Manhattan.
The retail design agency produced three bespoke interactive installations to enliven the kidswear shopping experience
German startup's plug-in features automatic lens correction, environment illumination and shadow transfer
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Updated – discover the hottest new CG and VFX tools from the conference in LA.
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