Karen Moltenbrey

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Digital Domain reverse-ages a well-known football star

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Karen Moltenbrey

Uses its proprietary software to shave decades off Joe Montana to promote the rebooted TV series Quantum Leap. Most of ...

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Clinton Jones (aka Pwnisher) winner of IBC Judges’ prize

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Karen Moltenbrey

His “Infinite Journeys” project was recognized for its contributions to the digital artist community. What does “infinite journeys” mean to ...

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Learn virtual production in a real-world film setting

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Karen Moltenbrey

Disguise along with ROE Visual launch the Virtual Production Accelerator Program. Virtual production is catching on throughout the industry, becoming ...

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Zero Density tracking system driven by AI gets IBC recognition

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Karen Moltenbrey

Traxis markerless system named IBC Best of Show in TV Tech category. Real-time graphics technology company Zero Density, which offers ...

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Autodesk sets out on a cloud journey

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Karen Moltenbrey

Working on three industry clouds that will lead to a digital transformation in each segment. Autodesk President and CEO Andrew ...

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Wacom releases Cintiq Pro 27 pen display

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Karen Moltenbrey

Users get a large screen with a small footprint, along with many ergonomic enhancements. Big things usually come in big ...

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Autodesk M&E goes with the ‘Flow’

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Karen Moltenbrey

Continues to focus on the cloud and open source. Some may look at the annual Autodesk University as a conference ...

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Site layout: Better with bots

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Karen Moltenbrey

HP’s SitePrint robot is faster, more efficient, and more accurate than leaving the task solely to human hands. No question ...

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Lenovo gets personal with its new display

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Karen Moltenbrey

The Glasses T1 is a wearable virtual monitor. Lenovo has screens of varying sizes, from those on its tablets to ...

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Figma soon to be in the hands of Adobe

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Karen Moltenbrey

The two companies to unite in an acquisition worth $20 billion. Unquestionably, $20 billion is a lot of money by ...