Blog

CVMP 2012 - Reflections (and Refractions)...Part One!

CVMP 2012 - Reflections (and Refractions)...Part One!

This was the 9th iteration of the CVMP conference, and it certainly lived up to its billing. The conference struck just the right balance between academic research and commercial production, providing a hugely rich and diverse array of ideas, challenges, successes and future endeavours.

0 Comments hugo glover

Posted by
hugo glover
Wed 12 Dec 2012: 1:00pm

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

1 day left to register for CVMP 2012...

Do you want to be in the know of the newest technology and techniques in the VFX industry? Do you want to meet with some of the brightest VFX talent in the UK and Europe?
Then CVMP is the perfect place for you to be on the 5th and 6th of December!

0 Comments richard mcguinnesss

Posted by
richard mcguinnesss
Tue 4 Dec 2012: 12:30pm

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

CVMP 2012

CVMP 2012

Want to be a part of a European forum to discuss the latest research, advances and state-of-the-art industry practises?

0 Comments richard mcguinnesss

Posted by
richard mcguinnesss
Wed 17 Oct 2012: 9:00am

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

This Is How We Roll...

This Is How We Roll...

Historically we've had a quite basic server architecture. The list of applications we run kept on growing and more and more users started to make use of these applications, so we've recently had to take a step back and take some time to reflect on our architecture as rolling out an additional server and/or release applications doesn't need to be a huge task.

0 Comments David Joos

Posted by
David Joos
Thu 26 Jul 2012: 4:30pm

Tags: , ,

Under the hood

Under the hood

As a follow-up to my post on learning resources for coding, I'd like to share our recent efforts to open source some of our in-house code.

0 Comments David Joos

Posted by
David Joos
Tue 15 May 2012: 10:36am

Tags: , ,

Learning Resources for Coding

There are a lot of people in the CG industry who have an interest in the "wizardry" of coding: from automating repetitive tasks via scripts, to pushing the boundaries of the software packages through the API layer, to smoothing out company pipelines by hooking up software that did not originally understand the other software's lingo.

5 Comments David Joos

Posted by
David Joos
Tue 28 Feb 2012: 12:00pm

Tags: , ,