Think you don't need 3D? Watch this!

Published in Technology & Computing


Sometimes - and especially with sports action shots - however remarkable the footage, it just doesn't feel you you're there!

Pixels are dead. Long live Voxels.

Published in Technology & Computing

If you’re getting bored with the daily diet of 4K, 48FPS and stereoscopic announcements (and I hasten to add that I’m not!), then here’s something that might at raise at least one eyebrow by a degree or two.

It’s Volumetric Video.

RedShark has been speaking to the Australian I/O specialists Bluefish444. We asked them about their current products and how they see the future shaping up

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

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

Blender: Jack of all trades, but in a good way!

Published in Post & VFX

Anyone working with digital tools today has a wide choice of applications for specialized tasks. An office suite consists of a program for writing text, one for spreadsheets, presentations, a database etc. For a VFX workflow you might use a tool for tracking, one for compositing, one for editing, various tools for simulations and specialized applications for modelling, sculpting, texturing and animation. RedShark contributor and Blender expert Gottfried Hoffmann reports

Lucasfilm show the future of filmmaking

Published in Post & VFX

George Lucas' production company Lucasfilm, which was recently taken over by Disney, have demonstrated the use of motion capture and video game engines to create real time animated movies. Is this the end of post production as we know it?

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.

Blender: love it and/or hate it

Published in Business

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

Toshiba launch 4K Televisions in UK

Published in Technology & Computing

Toshiba have announced a range of 3 new Televisions which all feature a 4K display and 3D capability

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