News of the Week for Jan 4, 2016

gToon · January 3, 2016 7:41 pm

Tags: News of the Week, NOW, Renderosity, Renderosity magazine

Our weekly video news program covering Renderosity news and select CG Industry News. This is news of the week starting January 2016.

Renderosity News

  • Our Gallery of the Week is the ZBrush Gallery 12 artists chosen from this gallery for our GOW video.
  • We will be announcing the Artist of the Year next week. The artist has contributed several home videos for the announcement and the article/video. Stay tuned.
  • Our Vendor of the Month is exnem. Congratulations to this talented digital artist. Be sure to read our interview with him.
  • Holiday Contest Winners Announced. The Renderosity 2015 Holiday Contest winners have been announced. Follow the link and see who won!
  • The Renderosity Member of the Month for January is WandW. Congratulations to you, WandW!
  • Our Staff Spotlight for January is Wolfenshire Thanks for being a part of Renderosity, Wolfenshire!

GOW Zbrush

Renderosity Magazine News

  • Autodesk. Autodesk has released 2 New Render Engines: Autodesk Raytracer and Vred. Both are the result of Autodesk's in-house developmenty and render tech acquisitions.
  • Sayan Mondal Blender Tutorial from Sayan's great Boundless Blendering website.
  • Via the website: "MIT researchers have shown that by exploiting the polarization of light -- the physical phenomenon behind polarized sunglasses and most 3-D movie systems -- they can increase the resolution of conventional 3-D imaging devices as much as 1,000 times. The technique could lead to high-quality 3-D cameras built into cellphones, and perhaps to the ability to snap a photo of an object and then use a 3-D printer to produce a replica."

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Article Comments

beachsidelegs ( posted at 8:17PM Sun, 03 January 2016

Cool Video and very interesting :)

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