The School of Visual Arts in New York City hosted Reallusion as a guest speaker in their weekly technology lecture series.
The session was held on 23rd Ave in the School of Visual Arts Computer Arts department and included an audience of 3rd year students in the Computer Arts program that are building toward their 4th year thesis.
Reallusion was invited to showcase the realtime 3D platform, iClone 7 at the MIT Media Lab in a two-day event celebrating the intersection between art and technology.
The Hacking Arts Art and Tech Expo featured Reallusion among many other technology companies and MIT student tech projects. The MIT event which is held annually, brought speakers, performers, techies and artists from around the world to share their work and projects with other students and attendees.
Creating an animation film in 48 hours used to be an almost impossible task, but not anymore thanks to real-time animation tools that have broken all the barriers when it comes to filmmaking. Ever since the contest evolved into a LIVE animation event, it has swept the 2D and 3D animation world in Asia with its charm.
Prior to the competition, the 2017 ASIAGRAPH Reallusion Award ran in 13 cities at China, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Taiwan.
48 Hours LIVE Animation Events – Country Winners got Flight Tickets to the Final Contest
SIGGRAPH 2017 Los Angeles, Reallusion unveiled iClone 7’s newest technological features along with its latest partnerships with industry-leading motion capture solutions – Faceware Technologies and Xsens 3D Motion Tracking.
During the 3 day show, attendees had the chance to experience for themselves the real-time power of iClone 7 and its democratization of motion capture for both facial and body motion tracking, in an all-in-one convenient pipeline.
Congratulations to our iClone 7 and Faceware Real-time Plugin Lucky Draw Winners
Reallusion Partnering with Pro Capturing Technologies from Faceware & Xsens
Following the award-winning debut of iClone 7, Reallusion now announces iClone 7 real-time face and body motion capture featuring partnerships with Faceware Technologies and Xsens. iClone 7 simplifies mocap with dedicated tools and UI for recording actors in any environment; empowering a single PC into a streamlined and affordable rig for character creation, animation and live face and body mocap. Reallusion will showcase the innovations in iClone 7 at Los Angeles SIGGRAPH, August 1-3 2017, Booth #1219.
This year, more than 27,000 fans, content creators, and industry executives flocked to the Anaheim Convention Center from June 26-28th for the 2017 VidCon show, as it gathers thousands of brilliant minds from video creators and industry opinion-leaders for the latest YouTube trends. The show is the largest conference for and about online video, as it attracts people across generations to celebrate, discuss, and define the future of online visual entertainment.
In 2017 Reallusion joined VidCon for the very first time, where we introduced the CrazyTalk animation software family to bring new and powerful animation tools to YouTube stars everywhere!
Watch Video: Hear our LIVE Testimonials from VidCon2017
VidCon, the YouTube creator’s expo for today’s online video stars and tomorrow’s next YouTube celebrities will showcase this week. Many popular YouTube personalities compete for video views, subscribers, and big audiences that drive the VidCon experience Reallusion – the 2D/3D content and software developer – are proud to be showcasing its user-friendly CrazyTalk Animator 3 animation tool to help video content developers garner video engagement.
At VidCon 2017, Reallusion will be setup at Booth #2624 where would-be YouTube stars can signup for an extended trial copy of CrazyTalk Animator 3 PRO (CTA3), and free video training. Qualified YouTubers can then upload their animated videos, or reviews, to YouTube and mention CTA3, and link back to the main CrazyTalk page in order to receive a full-version copy of CrazyTalk Animator 3 PRO worth $179.
Reallusion and Michigan State University announced a strategic partnership this month and launched with a special event at the MSU College of Arts and Sciences joining the Smithsonian Latino Center for a two-day Cultural Digi Summit. Michigan State School of Journalism, Animation and Immersive Realities professor, Stacey Fox invited Reallusion to take part in the Smithsonian Latino Center’s Cultural Digi Summit to present and demonstrate 2D & 3D character creation and animation tools for generating culturally diverse digital characters.