Archives for May 2007

Wonders of Technology

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 […]

31 May 2007 | after effects, new technology | 1 Comment

Bike to Work Day

Anyone who’s worked with me in San Francisco knows that I cycle to work most days, but last night I went out to dinner and left my wheels in the office. As a result, perversely, I skipped Bike to Work Day today. This, however, gave me a chance to listen to the fxguide.com interview with […]

17 May 2007 | after effects, punditry | 2 Comments

Mythbusting (Part Three)

In the last part I played pundit, looking at the field of compositing software from the point of view of high-end, feature film compositing, where Shake and Nuke duke it out, and where Nuke is clearly on the ascendant while Shake’s days seem numbered. Why, you might ask, if I can acknowledge that After Effects […]

2 May 2007 | after effects, punditry | No Comments

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