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It's just possible that Apple's plans go way beyond making cars...
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The quest to develop a system for animating and rendering completely realistic human faces takes another step forward with the development of a new performance capture technique from the Digital Human League.
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Phil Rhodes shares a wonderful video on the now-defunct Technicolor process of dye transfer printing and fills us in on a bit of its history.
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A new app for Apple mobile devices, ShotPro, aims to take storyboarding to the next level, with 3D characters and sets, a simple animation engine and the ability to export your previs video.
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RedShark Technical Editor Phil Rhodes explores how the brain conjures understanding from visual stimuli and ponders the question: will our technological obsession with replicating reality ultimately eliminate our need to 'see' images?
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HP's new Ultrabook Workstations are thinner, lighter and feature the latest 5th Generation Core processors from Intel, making them ideal remote editing systems.
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Here's another chance to read this controversial article, which is also the most read-ever piece in RedShark. What do you think?
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A practical future? Simon Wyndham takes us on a journey that starts with Knight Rider and ends with quantum computers and confabulated reality.
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In the wake of Microsoft's Windows 10 event, HoloLens, Microsoft's pitch to bring augmented reality into the mainstream, has stolen the spotlight.
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In a fairly audacious move, rather than waiting to circulate his plans over the future of net neutrality to members of the FCC in the USA, Commission Chairman, Tom Wheeler, has given a statement outlining them to Wired. And, as the destination indicates, supporters of net neutrality have reason to be delighted.
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