“We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours.” Launched in 1977, the Voyager space probes carry sounds and pictures of life on Earth – a time capsule for alien civilizations. This short film wonders whether we need to hear its message too.
MPC VFX presents a look at the work that went into recreating Sean Young’s replicant Rachel in Blade Runner 2049. The incredible illusion was created using reference images from the now 58 year-old actress, combined with a younger performer, and state-of-the-art CGI.
Miles Morales makes his way to the big screen in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. The computer animated film is based on the 2014 Spider-Verse comic books, where Spider-Men from different universes teamed up to stop a powerful villain. Premieres 12/25/18.
Veritasium explains how our cells divide with the help from astounding realistic computer animated clips created by Dr. Drew Berry at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. Those walking proteins are amazing. Biological nanomachines, son.
Sylvanas Windrunner and the Horde square off against Anduin Wrynn and the Alliance in the cinematic trailer for World of Warcraft‘s newest expansion, Battle for Azeroth. The add-on introduces six new races, a 20-player co-op PvP mode, two new kingdoms and more.
“The team needs you. Be their shield.” Overwatch‘s latest origin short film is about the Crusader, Reinhardt. Set during their last stand against the Omnics, the film sees Reinhardt mature a few minutes too late, and explains how Eichenwalde is what it is today.
Ari Weinkle presents a fantastically strange and wonderful computer animated short in which human figures are made of digital noodles. The director says they represent the transformation of stress and anxiety into creative catharsis, but all we know is we’re hungry for spaghetti now.
An all too short profile and behind-the-scenes video about LAIKA. The animation studio behind Coraline, ParaNorman, Boxtrolls and Kubo and the Two Strings push their craft by placing equal value on traditional techniques and modern technology.
Art by Rens says what we’re looking at is a real-time render of an environment that was produced using the Unreal Engine and Nvidia’s VXGI lighting system and off-the shelf graphics cards. It’s so realistic that you’ll question its veracity. But this reality is 100% digital.