It's not easy to make a photo-realistic animation of an eye, but this proves that it can be done - complete with peach-fluff!

Playable Tokyo 3D projection map

Published in Technology & Computing

For some time, projection mapping has been a hot way for artists and advertisers to engage their audiences. Recently, the technology has gone interactive, as evidenced by a playable website called Tokyo City Symphony.

A Blender full of controversy

Published in Post & VFX

One of our contributing writers, Phil Rhodes, wrote an article critical of the user interface and development management in Open Source Blender. The Blender community rose in its defense. Here’s our response

The BBC have put online a simple little video explaining how their election graphics work, or sometimes don't 

Clock speeds may have been static for a decade, but everything else about PCs is changing. Neil Roberts describes the latest tech.

Is 3D just a phase? Danny Boyle thinks so

Published in Business

Now that the BBC has said that it's not actively pursuing a 3D future any more, does Stereoscopic video have any future? Danny Boyle doesn't think so

New technology from 3D-4U Inc. makes its debut at Washington State University’s Martin Stadium. And it may be headed to a screen near you.

The quest to find the way out of the Uncanny Valley is making progress

Blender pulls a rabbit out of the hat

Published in Technology & Computing

Ever wondered how far you could go with Open Source software? 

Why is 24p so good? Here's a new theory

Published in Technology & Computing

We've talked about high frame rates before, and why they look "too real".  Now, Redshark contributor Fanjan has a new, fascinating and plausible theory

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