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On the Wings of Dragons - Software opimization on HTTYD

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On the Wings of Dragons - Software opimization on HTTYD

Postby Charles » Tue Dec 14, 2010 4:09 pm


Intel's Visual Adrenaline Magazine is featuring an excellent article on how the technology behind How To Train Your Dragon.


DreamWorks Animation — On the Wings of Dragons: Software Optimization Lifts an Epic Tale to Greater Heights

Now that DreamWorks Animation has taken the lead in stereoscopic 3D film production, read how the technology made this evolution in CG possible, through the development of animated dragons.

Read more at Intel Visual Adrenaline Magazine.

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Re: On the Wings of Dragons - Software opimization on HTTYD

Postby Glen Moyes » Wed Dec 15, 2010 9:22 am

That was a real fascinating read. It's interesting to read about how they deal with some of the technical limitations of making a 3D film without simply brute forcing it by throwing hardware at the problem, and figuring out how to more effectively use the hardware they have.
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