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Hollywood producer, Charlotte Huggins to discuss 3D breakthroughs in film and TV.

For those in the film industry, this may be an interesting event for your December diary. The Institution of Engineering and Technology is holding the inaugural John Logie Baird event on the 8th December entitled ‘3D – Back to the future’.

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Wed 18 Nov 2009: 4:45pm

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Upgrade to Maya, 3ds Max and SoftImage 2010 apps and save up to 59%!

For those of you wanting to get their fingers on the latest versions of Maya, SoftImage and 3ds Max, you can now get considerably more bang for your buck with our new Upgrade Promotion. #

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Fri 13 Nov 2009: 10:45am

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Good times for anyone training to be a games artist

Very recently there has been a release of two games engines that you can use at home.

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Thu 12 Nov 2009: 8:29am

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V-Ray® for Autodesk® 3dsMax® Service Packs Officially Released!

The newest build of V-Ray has officially been released! You can now upgrade your version with new Service Packs and get brand new and modified features for free.

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Fri 6 Nov 2009: 1:00pm

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Amazing Student Software Offer

If you have seen our website you should know that Autodesk have a pretty fab student offer on at the moment. If not, check it out here.

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Wed 14 Oct 2009: 3:31pm

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Autodesk Maya, now truly unlimited? – Maya 2010

Our friends at Autodesk have made some pretty spectacular changes to their Maya package by consolidating their packages in to one. Gone are the days of Maya Complete and Maya Unlimited, we’re now left with one standard solution. So it might come at a higher cost but is it worth it?

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Mon 24 Aug 2009: 9:20am

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SIGGRAPH 2009 Round up

The games industry hogged the spotlight at this year’s SIGGRAPH. For the first time ever, two social games ran throughout the conference and SIGGRAPH’s annual CG showcase was spiced up with live games art and animation demos.

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Tue 18 Aug 2009: 8:30am

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Escape gives 3D artists the Nuke know-how

Escape Studios offers first visual effects course combining the best of Nuke and Maya 3D imaging software

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Wed 24 Jun 2009: 9:26am

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The Great Graphics Debate

As a Technical Consultant in the CG industry, I have noticed that a large amount of people starting out in this industry overlook the importance of graphics kit. Seems silly to me. Especially as it is a large part of any visualizer's or 3D operator's workflow.

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Thu 30 Apr 2009: 3:44pm

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Apple Re-introduce Quadro, but what does this mean for CG artists?

Apple have made quite a few modifications to their machines lately. Firstly, they've brought back the Quadro. Only this time it’s not the 5600 but the 4800. The only snag with this is that it's a bespoke model, and doesn’t include the 30-bit capability of the PC equivalent cards. Essentially, it is down to the fact that Apple machines require an EFI BIOS from add-in cards, and cannot manage a legacy firmware that is typical of the PC ranges.

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