Computer Graphics World

May / June 2015

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m ay . j u n e 2 0 1 5 c g w 1 A Frame of Mind – Pixar creates a unique cast of characters – the emotions of a tween girl – and brings them to life using cutting-edge animation techniques for the studio's latest film, Inside Out. Change in Direction – Lately, the VFX industry has changed its compass, with studios opening shops in Vancouver, taking advantage of the financial incentives, diverse locations, technical infrastructure, and talent north of the border. Power Players – A look at some of the visual effects facilities that created larger-than-life superheroes and villains for the latest Avengers movie, Age of Ultron. It 's an HDR World – Content providers look to new cameras and monitors in their quest for HDR. departments on the cover Editor's Note – Everyone has their special vision of what the future will bring. Robots. Flying cars. Skyscrapers as high as the eye can see. At Disneyland/Disney World, Tomorrowland has been offering visitors a glimpse into the future for decades. Now, filmmakers have taken those concepts further in the feature film Tomorrowland. Spotlight – Boxx's GoBoxx MXL mobile workstations, The Foundry's Modo 901, HP's notebooks, workstations, and monitors, Eizo's ColorEdge CG318-4K monitor, Autodesk's 2016 3D animation portfolio, PipelineFX's Qube 6.7 renderfarm management soware products – Recent hardware and soware announcements Building a Future – Artists at Industrial Light & Magic build Director Brad Bird's vision of Tomorrowland for the big screen. 12 18 22 28 2 see it in POSTMAGAZINE.COM | Director's Chair: Colin Trevorrow discusses Jurassic World | Primetime: Fox's Wayward Pines | Audio for TV Series | Displays & Monitors | Reviews: OWC & Red Giant Soware 6 C O M P U T E R G R A P H I C S W O R L D CGW features 4 32

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