Blender 2.71 is released

Published in Post & VFX

Blender 2.71, the latest version of the popular and increasingly powerful open source 3D modelling and animation suite, has been released

Blender: love it and/or hate it

Published in Business

Phil Rhodes has strong personal opinions about this powerful but unintuitive software

BBC turns away from 3D

Published in Studio & Broadcast

The BBC have announced they are going to “suspend 3D programming for an indefinite period due to a lack of public appetite for the technology”

Blender pulls a rabbit out of the hat

Published in Technology & Computing

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

An amazing glimpse into the (cartoon) future.

Published in Post & VFX

Futurama is about as 2D as a skillfully drawn cartoon can be. But seeing a visualisation of it in 3D is breathtaking!

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

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

2012: It was the year of Olympic Technology

Published in Technology & Computing

2012: it was all about the Olympics

Can this really be true? A 3D iPad? Coming next year? We think so.

Researchers at Hewlett Packards laboratories in California have demonstrated a prototype of a 3D display that needs no glasses and is small enough to be incorporated in a moble phone

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