Computer Graphics World Edition 1 2018


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Computer Graphics World Edition 1 2018

Editor's Note: Get Your Game On!
Power Shift: Multiple studios drive the diverse visual effects in Marvel's latest superhero film, Black Panther, some of which include a CG version of the main character.
Start Your Engines!: More and more, companies outside traditional gaming are opting to use off-the-shelf realtime engines for their projects, giving development teams more time to focus on other aspects of the creative process. Rise!: Using Unity for the short-film "Adam" series. Vive la Différence: Using Unreal Engine for the Zafari TV series.
What's Bold Is New Again: Artists at ILM create visual effects for the eighth film in the Star Wars saga.
Commercial Space: Studios integrate cinematic-level visual effects in television spots.
Gentle Giant: Blue Sky steps into the ring with its latest film, Ferdinand, which required the crew to raise the bar in terms of character development, lighting and rendering, and construction of the environments.
Workstations Unplugged: New insights on what end users think about, and how they use, workstations.
Creature Feature: Visual effects artists help create the aquatic character in Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water.
Replay: The forces of Jumanji resurface once again with CG animals and augmented environments and action in the movie sequel.
News: VFX achievements are recognized by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.