Google CEO Eric Schmidt is resigning from Apple's board of directors as the Internet search leader increasingly develops products that compete with Apple's core businesses, including the popular…
The recent 20th Century Fox TV-"Futurama" voice actor standoff won't have an effect on the show's timetable, insiders said over the weekend. The show's new round of episodes is still set to bow on…
Korean Film Council (Kofic) has unveiled a new model for online film distribution to help the local market, which has been hard hit by piracy.
When Randy Thom advocates a greater voice in the pre-shooting process for sound pros in his keynoter at the Siggraph computer graphics conference in New Orleans, he won't be alone.
From the early days of Pong onward, millions of gamers have been entertained by animation that changes instantly in response to the player's every move, event though such real-time graphics have…
"Topical animation" on TV sounds like an oxymoron, since animation typically takes so long that up-to-the-minute references are impossible. Not anymore.
Animators know to beware the "uncanny valley," where characters are too realistic to be "cartoony" but not lifelike enough to be appealing.
Disney has been a pioneer in the current 3-D wave, but to date it has converted only one of its library titles to stereo, "The Nightmare Before Christmas."
Long the dominant show and conference in the computer graphics world, Siggraph has found itself competing with government-funded German event FMX.
The "Futurama" characters won't be sporting new voices after all.
The thousands of CGI enthusiasts and jobhunters making their pilgrimage to the 36th Siggraph conference in New Orleans will find a change in companies' strategy when they arrive.