Computer Graphics World November 2008


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Computer Graphics World November 2008

Editor's Note: Viewer Choices.
Changing Hands: A look at Softimage's past and present as a DCC company, and how the vendor's products and technology may fit within the Autodesk portfolio.
Rethinking Moviemaking: Animation and visual effects studios, including Disney, DreamWorks, and others, are using stereoscopic 3D as a new creative tool.
Back to the Future: Disney establishes two unique looks for Bolt: one when the superdog is in the TV world and another when he is in the "real world". For the latter, Disney invented new technology.
Workstations on the Move: What is a mobile workstation, and are the recent entries into this market segment truly worthy of this label?
Zero to Hero: A multinational group overcomes a number of obstacles to create its first animated feature film, Dragon Hunters.
Knowledge & Career: Autodesk Animation Academy integrates the ABCs of 3D within core academic subjects such as math and science.
Backdrop: Jean-Philippe Agati of Sparx Animation, discusses the issues his studio faced in order to bring its first animated feature, Igor, to big screens across the US.