Joe Pearson - War of the Worlds Goliath
image: The Boxtrolls
image: The Wind Rises
image: The Lego Movie
image: Frozen
image: mr peabody and sherman
'Hu's Game' by Shaun Seong-young Kim
Written by Charles   
Friday, 31 August 2012 01:53

From the animation program at the seyonic.com University of Southern California (USC) by Shaun Seong-young Kim. An animated fantasy of we use it brand cialis for sale how drawing came about in pre-historic times. Very well done and where buy levitra intriguing film that's fun to viagra sales on line watch.

Share this post

 
Animating rovers on Mars
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 30 August 2012 16:03

With the recent landing of Curiosity on Mars we've been keeping track (pun semi-intended) of what's happening on this Forum topic. ANer Dolphin 78 has shared some video with us that his company produced for National Geographic involving the rover Spirit. Animators at David Gregg Associates did 30 scenes for Nat Geo's "Five Years on Mars" which was all of the shots for the story of the rover "Spirit." Involving lots of projection map textures built from actual Mars photographs from the massive JPL collection. The animation is so authentic many people thought there was an additional camera on buy cialis once daily Mars following the rover.

Share this post

 
'tag' by Andre Avillanoza
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 29 August 2012 17:11

A light hearted short about a couple of kids in a preschool playroom. This is the www.americanfoods.com work of Andre Avillanoza from Sheridan College in Canada.

Share this post

 
Video at 1 trillion frames per second
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 29 August 2012 01:52

In 1964 the first photograph was taken of viagra cost a bullet being shot through an apple. The frame rate was one millionth of a second. To watch a movie of the same subject, a bullet being shot through an apple, at one trillion frames per second, would take you a year to view it according to Ramesh Raskar of MIT, the mastermind behind new camera technology that shoots so fast you can actually observe light in motion. Take a look at this video and see for yourself how amazing this is and consider the possibilities of how this imaging technique can potentially benefit humanity.

Share this post

 
'Star Wars Detours' on YouTube
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 28 August 2012 16:29

There's a fun animated series of shorts currently playing that spoofs Star Wars. It's called "Star Wars Detours" and it's well done. The production quality is very good and Star Wars fans will appreciate the offbeat irreverent humor. There's a Facebook page associated with the series and you can watch the episode playlist on YouTube. Here's the trailer...

Share this post

 
<< Start < Prev 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 Next > End >>

Page 101 of 195
Animation Nation Newsletter