Now the dust has settled on the finale of Game of Thrones, it’s time to look back at the technical story
Game engines are disrupting the media industry – but really, platforms like Unity are just another tool set
Virtual Production wants to use your cinematography skills in its virtual world. but how do you get involved in its inevitable success?
The People’s Choice award is the culmination of our first-ever Tech Innovation Awards 2019. The idea was to give our readers and a wider industry audience the chance to pin their colours to the mast and vote for their favourite piece of tech from our shortlist or nominate their own. We now have a winner…
Following two years of rapid growth, Hackney-born Wash has announced its move to a brand new central London facility as it looks to improve its offering, and diversify into more long form work and visual effects-heavy pipelines.
In some productions it’s not acceptable just to shoot what you see, now you have to shoot all that’s available to see.
Mo-Sys and HP team up to take virtual reality from the stationary to full movement.
In the second part of this new series we introduce bleeding edge technology from an award-winning British company who are blending the real world with the virtual one.
Volumetric capture is in its infancy but Microsoft and Intel are leading the land grab with new studios and new customers
Looks like Bristol-based Films at 59 might have invented the art of mixing audio for VR over five years ago based on their 360° work at Orbi in Japan.
GoPro's end of quarter results were published yesterday and showed a 49.5% downturn in revenue from $363 million and even further percentage fall in gross profit.
The 2016 HPA Tech Retreat UK has announced the first sessions in an expanding schedule for the event, 13 - 14 July 2016, at Heythrop Park Resort in Oxfordshire.