Archives for the 'new technology' Category
This is so cool; my favorite productivity application, Things (as in Getting Things Done) now allows sync between the desktop app (still in beta) and the iPhone. I was in the beta for the popular OmniFocus and then switched to Things when I found several, well, things about it I liked better. I found that […]
What is this thing? Let’s hear a real-world tale or two – or email me. I love the concept.
Check out this video in which Adobe engineers debut some much rumored hardware designed to interface with a future version of Photoshop (and, perhaps, other of our favorite Adobe apps?) to provide persective and depth of field in post. Not only is it a stunning demo, such a lens might not require mechanical controls for […]
The always lively David Basulto and I had a chat late last week about the upcoming book on his show Filmmaking Central – I draw out a couple of new additions to the book, including a great roto tip I received from a reader of the previous edition and incorporated into this book (I love […]
One great thing about the field of computer graphics is how close it remains to its roots in academia. You get a real sense of this at SIGGRAPH. Researchers will share discoveries and innovations that would likely stay under wraps had they been done in the R & D department of a company, whether large […]