Topic: computer animation

Pictoplasma Festival Berlin

by Lucia Ruggiero The Pictoplasma Festival has announced the line-up of the event in Berlin in 2014, which will mark its 10th anniversary. The festival will include conferences and art exhibitions from artists from all over the world, including the … Continue reading


Pause Fest 2014: be creative and stay connected!

Third edition of Melbourne’s digital festival is being held from the 13th to the 16th of February 2014 and this time its theme will be “Connected”, because staying connected to the present and to the past is vital for the creative community: by recognizing how each step taken before has influenced the state of the digital world today, we can understand how every great innovation made now will influence the thinkers of tomorrow. Airspace animation is the second collaborative project of Rich Nosworthy and SonoSanctus from Auckland, New Zealand. The project aims indeed to create an animation on Pause Fest 2014’s theme, “Connected”. The result is ending up to be an ambitious creative execution. Continue reading


The Smithsonian x3D Explorer launched!

The Smithsonian’s Digitization Program Office has developed 3D models from its holdings, and a selection of models is available online. The Smithsonian x3D Explorer allows users to interact with the digital objects in a web browser, to access, view and manipulate these objects, and eventually to print them with a in-house 3D printer, as the raw 3D data from the objects will be made available for downloading for personal and non-commercial use. Continue reading


Bringing still-life paintings to life

By copying the intention of the original artists, and transferring this approach to the digital world, they have created digital art pieces unlike any other. The combination of animation, motion and high-resolute, colourful images makes the quality of these digital paintings a cut above the rest in the realm of digital art production. Continue reading


Amsterdam DNA in 45 minutes

Presenting Amsterdam’s multifaceted history in seven chapters in a clear and historically correct way, yet intriguing and visually appealing at the same time. That was the main challenge of the Amsterdam DNA project, commissioned by the Amsterdam Museum. And PlusOne proved itself to be the right party for the job Continue reading


Gornja Stubica, Croatia: multimedia event “Gubec Teatar”

On the 18th of October 2013, on occasion of its 40th anniversary, Gornja Stubica’s Museum of Peasant Uprisings celebrated with a 3D mapping event called “Gubec Teatar”, commemorating the Great Peasant Revolt of 1573 and its leader Matija Gubec, national symbol of justice. Continue reading


VIEW Conference closed its 14th edition

8.000 visitors, over 50 eminent guests, sold-out workshops, opening key-note given by Photoshop dad John Knoll, closing by Cody Cameron and Kris Pearn, directors of the Xmas movie “Cloudy with a chance of meatballs 2”. On the 18th of October 2013 VIEW Conference closed its 14th edition and Computer Graphics proved itself to be the protagonist of the exhibition. Continue reading


Brighton Digital Festival 2013 is a huge success

There really isn’t much more you could ask for from a digital festival and the Brighton Digital Festival demonstrates the huge range of ideas, activities and experiences that can be incorporated into a digital arts event. In terms of events and activities offered, it is estimated that the festival grew over 60% in size, as an average of 6 events were held each day. Continue reading


3D video mapping about the history of Byblos city, Lebanon

A free 3D projection mapping about the history of Byblos, Unesco World Heritage Site, held at the city port during the Byblos International Festival. The 3D show was organized by I AM project, aimed at the tourist/economic development of the Mediterranean region. Continue reading


Capturing the aging process through digital editing and video

Using digital technology to capture feelings, in this case aging, shows some of the wonderful capabilities of art using digital media. Cerniello shows the huge impact digital art is capable of making when artists decide to stop using new digital techniques to replicate traditional art forms, and move on to something new and different, that static art can’t do. Continue reading