Download a free Photoshop .PSD file from BestBlogBox.com for use in commercial or non-commerical WidgetCast projects. These files are really nice for quickly styling a project without the need to grab a designer or be a Photoshop guru. Hat tip to Mashable.com for the Free Web UI post on Facebook.
17 single PSD files (each element as separated PSD)
1 PSD file (all in one elements)
well organized and labeled layers sets (simply drag and drop layer into your project)
Easy to be modified and use
Fully editable text fields
Fully editable colors of elements (colors are editable trough “layer styles”, simply edit gradients and color overlays ect.)
Standard Web font, Arial
HOW TO basics help file included
Elements image previews included (PNGs)
WidgetCast gives you an easy yet powerful way to drag-and-drop design your own interactive Flash web widgets and Adobe AIR desktop apps.
Reallusion & Intel partner for the 2010 Siggraph Expo in Los Angeles July 27-29.
Intel’s booth features leading partners from around the world and this year Reallusion is proud to be the Visual Adrenaline showcase for our performance optimization achievements in real-time mutli-core computing. Stop by Intel’s booth for a demo and see how Reallusion and Intel are pushing the frontier of visual computing and media creation performance.
The time has come for you to leave your dusty home planets behind and become a true Jedi filmmaker. Enter your Star Wars inspired fan movie, impress George Lucas himself, and have your work shown on Spike TV. Expand your universe and win fame and galactic peace for all!
Reallusion invites iClone & machinima creators to join the rebellion, empire, starfleet or go it alone as the last starfighter in the 2010 iClone Movie Competition.
The event begins 4/14 and the submission deadline is 7/04. Participants are asked to create a 2 – 10 minute short-film with iClone. Additional footage from other game engines or machinima software is welcomed in the competition as a mashup with your iClone footage.
The prizes for this year’s competition range from: Epson Home Cinema projector, Sony alpha DSLR and lenses, PS3 250GB system, PhotoBasics Greenscreen kit + popVideo, Magix Video PRO editing software, Digital Juice Motion Design Elements, Partners in Rhyme SoundFX.
As an Intel Software partner, Reallusion participates in on-going events with Intel where we are able to feature the iClone optimizations that lie behind the scenes.
This year, Reallusion was part of the Intel in-booth partner demo, along with a feature in the 2010 partner video program. Intel also gave us a fun assignment to incorporate iClone and give others a chance to see what’s happening at GDC with a video recap created with iClone4 and shot with a Flip Cam provided by Intel. Reallusion’s John Martin brings you a video snapshot of some of the cool-tech at this year’s Game Developer Conference.
Reallusion invites you all to experience a jam-packed entertainment extravaganza next Sunday, Sunday Sunday! Normally a day held for tractor pulls and swap meets, next Sunday is special. Phil Rice, Ricky Grove, and their team of organizers launch MachinExpo, a mega movie event to celebrate some of this year’s best Machinima films. This is truly a can’t miss event that will take place on NOV 22nd in Second Life where films will be screened and your favorite Machinima filmmakers and friends will gather to support citizen directors from around the globe.
As sponsor of this years’s MachinExpo, Reallusion is excited to particpate and spotlight some fantastic filmmakers and this year’s top Machinima community consortium. I’ll be there (Animize) along with my pals from the Wolf and Dulci hour iClone radio show to talk about Machinima and iClone’s latest developments. Head over to http://machiniplex.net/expo/ for full details and if you’ve never experienced Second Life, no worries… It’s free and very easy to navigate. Sign-up for a free account at www.SecondLife.com and then walk, fly or teleport over to the MachinExpo on Sunday for a monumental day of Machinima.
See you there! ~ John
Congratulations to the iClone filmmakers showcased in this year’s event:
(even I managed to fool the Jury into liking one of my films, suckers) 😉
“Coming Home” by Lizard
“The Expedition” by Anima Technica
“Moordenar  What Came Before” by Anima Technica