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Autodesk launches Forge

Autodesk launches Forge

Autodesk has been busy planning for a future in the cloud. Its new Forge platform introduced at Autodesk University in 2015 and officially launched on June 16 at San Francisco’s Ft. Mason is a major part of Autodesk’s plans.

By June 28, 2016 Read More →
PTC declares itself ready for Industry 4.0 at Liveworx

PTC declares itself ready for Industry 4.0 at Liveworx

PTC’s LiveWorx user conference showcases tools for creating smart connected everything.

By June 27, 2016 Read More →
Modo gets procedural with 10.01

Modo gets procedural with 10.01

The first point update adds procedural modeling to the renown direct modeling engine. Modo 10 was released in March as three upgrades, all of which will become available to purchasers when they buy Modo 10. Modo 10.0 offers enhanced workflows for creating real-time immersive content including games and virtual reality. Support for Unity and Unreal […]

By June 24, 2016 Read More →
Blockbuster films and theme parks secrets on the agenda for Siggraph Production Sessions

Blockbuster films and theme parks secrets on the agenda for Siggraph Production Sessions

Discover the CG behind Deadpool’s skills and take a tour into the world of Star Wars. Major film and game productions of the past year including Deadpool, Zootopia, Star Wars: The Force Awakens,Captain America: Civil War, and more will be featured in “Render the Possibilities,” the 2016 installment of the popular Siggraph Production Sessions. Siggraph […]

By June 21, 2016 Read More →
Working with visual effects in real time to create Disney’s The Jungle Book

Working with visual effects in real time to create Disney’s The Jungle Book

The director and crew used Animatrik performance capture technology to see both the real and the virtual during filming.   Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book is a modern-day reimagining of the 1967 animated Disney classic. All the familiar characters are brought to life on screen, including the young man-cub Mowgli, the wolves who raise him, […]

By June 20, 2016 Read More →
Siggraph promises “The Summer of VR” in VR Village

Siggraph promises “The Summer of VR” in VR Village

Juried and Invited content includes work from filmmakers, game developers, research labs, design, and more. Siggraph 2016 intends this year’s conference and exhibition to be “The Summer of VR,” with an unprecedented number of experiential and cutting-edge Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) installations, during this year’s conference. Throughout Siggraph 2016 (July 24-28, 29016 […]

By June 15, 2016 Read More →
Sub2r breaks the rules to make a next-gen streaming camera

Sub2r breaks the rules to make a next-gen streaming camera

Open-architecture hardware for the rapidly growing live streaming market.   San Francisco startup Sub2r has developed a new high-density 3D imaging technology. First they worked on the software side, then realized they needed to create a camera to support the process. The needed a camera that would provide access to every aspect of the imaging […]

By June 1, 2016 Read More →
Siemens PLM World 2016: Pulling big levers in CAD and manufacturing

Siemens PLM World 2016: Pulling big levers in CAD and manufacturing

A revitalized Solid Edge, new robotic research, and partnerships for 3D printing top the agenda. By Kathleen Maher The real world and the digital world are blending rapidly in the field of manufacture. We’re coming close to a time when robots will happily go about our business. They’ve already been transforming the field of manufacture, […]

By May 31, 2016 Read More →
Autodesk introduces ReMake for reality capture

Autodesk introduces ReMake for reality capture

ReMake is Autodesk’s newest product in the field of reality capture. It’s designed to put 3D capture technologies in the hands of anyone who wants to use it.

By May 31, 2016 Read More →
HP officially launches Jet Fusion printer

HP officially launches Jet Fusion printer

Printing at 21-micron density at 30 million drops per second. The high-end density comes at a high-end price. HP’s entry into the 3D printing business has been one very long introduction. They started talking about it more than two years ago on a high level; information on the website has become increasingly detailed. The company […]

By May 27, 2016 Read More →