• **Award Winning** CGI 3D Animated Short Film: "PLANET UNKNOWN" - by Shawn Wang

    Enjoy this Award Winning CGI 3D Animated Short ,"PLANET UNKNOWN"... At the end of the 21st century mankind was facing global resource depletion. Space Rovers were sent out to find potential inhabitable planets. Created by the talented Shawn Wang! For more information, please see the details below. Links Planet Unknown on vimeo – https://vimeo.com/183577091 Planet Unknown website – http://planetunknownfilm.com Planet Unknown Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/PlanetUnknownFilm Planet Unknown IMDb - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5850826 Shawn Wang - http://shawnwangvfx.com Echoic Audio - http://echoicaudio.com Info Planet Unknown is a passion project from Chinese student and director Shawn Wang. Animated over eleven months it was the final project for Shawn’s course at the Communicat...

    published: 22 Sep 2016
  • CGI & VFX Showreels: "Houdini FX Student Project" - by Sergio Nieto Albero

    Check out this Houdini FX Student Project by the talented Sergio Nieto Albero! For more information, please see the details and links below: Hi, community! After 5 months of hard work and suffering, I liked to share with you the result of all this. It's a final project of a Master I did in CICE – La Escuela de Nuevas Tecnologías in Madrid, Spain with Houdini FX. I started my career 4 years ago in Barcelona, where I learned the basics of 3D and post production in FX Animation Barcelona. After finishing in 2015, I started to work and save money for paying my new studies, to specialize in Houdini FX in CICE. In May of 2016 I started the Master and in October at the end, I decided to do this great final project for the school taking 5 shots, at first it was a lot of work but with effort and i...

    published: 07 Jun 2017
  • CGI & VFX Breakdowns: "47 Meters Down" - by Outpost VFX

    **May Contain Spoilers** Check out this awesome VFX Breakdown for the Motion Picture Film '47 Meters Down" by the talented team at Outpost VFX! For more information, please see the details below. Outpost VFX is proud to announce that it delivered over 420 VFX shots for Johannes Roberts’ intense survival film, 47 Meters Down. Outpost VFX was the sole VFX vendor for the film, which is released on 16 June 2017. The team’s work on the film covered a wide gamut of both 2D and 3D visual effects work, including vast set extensions, intricate simulation work, fully CG environments, digital actors, extensive CG integrations with live plates and the creation of astonishingly photorealistic CG sharks. Over five months, Outpost VFX harnessed the talents of a team of over 40 talented artists to bui...

    published: 29 Jun 2017
  • CGI Opportunity

    Describes the basics on how to start a gaming business with Competitive Games International

    published: 19 Dec 2007
  • CGI VXF Breakdowns HD: "Ender's Game GUI Reel" - by Ash Thorp

    Check out this amazing CGI VXF breakdown by the talented Ash Thorp! Ash was the Lead Motion Graphics designer, under the wing of : Production Designers Ben Procter and Sean Haworth, visual effects director Matthew Butler, and director Gavin Hood. Twitter -https://twitter.com/Ashthorp Website - http://www.ashthorp.com/ Starting in late 2011, I received the opportunity to join the creative team for Ender's Game and continued off and on the project for about a year and a half in total. My main objective was to visualize the interface technology and then creatively design them into each unique scene of the film; this process involved everything from the more simple design of door latch actuators to the more massively complex setting of battle simulations. It was a very rewarding and challe...

    published: 23 Feb 2014
  • CGI Animation Breakdowns HD: "ELF" Shot progression - by Alaa Aldeen Afifah

    Check out this insightful animation breakdown/progression shot using dialogue from the movie Elf, by the talented animator Alaa Aldeen Afifah! "The first thing I wanted to do is determine the cameras position and the entire flow of the shot. So I did a simple animatic where I had the character in position and I could see the shot flow, and also seeing whether my thoughts were working or not. Basically, I'm very obsessed with Blocking, and I love staying in the Blocking stage as much as I can so I get to nail down everything I want to see in the shot. I recorded lots of video reference for myself playing the two roles. I had different takes for each character and then I chose the best ones and combined them together." The Amazing Malcolm Rig provided By (http://www.animschool.com/..)http...

    published: 06 Nov 2014
  • 10 Hilariously Bad CGI Effects in Popular Movies

    top 10 worst special effects in famous films Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: david.f@valnetinc.com Other Videos You Might Like Description: In modern Hollywood, the once-iconic “blockbuster” label has grown to be something of a bad word. Sure, it might still catch the intrigued ear of a movie buff drawn in by the allure of a big budget spectacle. But more often it has come to signal brainless popcorn fare featuring poorly developed characters, clichéd and familiar tropes and a de-emphasis on plot in favor of explosions, special effects and other visually stimulating fluff. In other words, think Michael Bay. But despite a cinephile culture that looks down upon these larger than life romps, there is no denying a broad appeal and ...

    published: 23 Sep 2016
  • CGI Animated Short HD: Student Academy Award Winning "PeckPocketed" by Kevin Herron

    Watch this funny and beautifully animated short by the talented Kevin Herron! A film about a bird desiring a luxury home, and seizes the opportunity one day when an old lady falls asleep at the park. For more detailed information about this film, please visit the links below: Designed, produced, and created at Ringling College by Kevin Herron, class of 2013. Kevin's Official Youtube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/KevinHerronArt Kevin's Blog - http://kevinherronart.blogspot.com/ Ringling College of Art and Design - http://www.ringling.edu/ Ringling College Presents, "Peck Pocketed" A short film by Kevin Herron Sound Effects by Dione Tan Music by Carlos Martin 2013 Student Academy Award winner in the Animation Category, Shown at the Traverse City Film Festival Best of Ringling, 20...

    published: 18 Sep 2013
  • CGI & VFX Short Films: "Ironman & Warmachine Are Late For School" - by Andrew Lavery & Mathew Rees

    Check out this awesome short created by the talented Andrew Lavery and Mathew Rees! This short was made last year to turn Mathew's kids into superheroes. This project came about for several reasons. The main one being that Andrew Lavery and Mathew Rees mostly work in cartoony animation and wanted to try doing something different to what they were used to. They had limited experience of the VFX aspects of animation such as camera tracking and combining CG with live action etc so this seemed a good opportunity to improve their skills in this area. Plus, Mathew wanted to turn his kids into superheroes for no other reason than to make them look good to their friends! The animation and rigging was done by Mathew and the modelling, texturing , camera tracking, lighting, rendering and composit...

    published: 29 Nov 2016
  • CGI VFX Breakdown HD: "Making of Titanfall 2: Become One" by Blur Studio

    CGI VFX Breakdown, Making of Titanfall 2: Become One by Blur Studio. Featured on http://www.cgmeetup.net/home/making-of-titanfall-2-become-one/ Making of Titanfall 2: Become One by Blur Studio – Take a journey into an unrelenting, dangerous world with our latest commercial for EA/Respawn’s Titanfall 2. Created with agency Argonaut San Francisco and directed by Blur’s Dave Wilson, “Become One” shows the importance of having friends when things get rough, even if your friend is an 18-foot robotic battle mech. The Titanfall 2 commercial presented a great opportunity to use an innovative combination of live-action and CGI, not to mention to collaborate with some really cool people from RESET, Argonaut, Respawn and EA. Blur handled all aspects of the project including design, live-action, ed...

    published: 15 Nov 2016
  • CGI VFX Breakdowns: Halo 4 by Method Studios

    Method Studios was thrilled to be given the opportunity to work on this jaw-dropping commercial for Halo 4 having received much acclaim for the previous Halo spot, 'Deliver Hope' -- the ad honored with the coveted VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in 2011. For more info on Method Studios and Breakdown please visit: http://www.methodstudios.com/work/the-commissioning 'The Commissioning', from agency TwoFifteen and production company MJZ, introduces the storyline behind the new X-Box game set for release fall, 2012. The entire spot is packed with visual effects the likes of which are typically seen in sci-fi feature films as opposed to television adverts. Award-winning director, Nicolai Fuglsig, was keen to get across the immersive gaming experience and produce visuals in-keeping w...

    published: 11 Jul 2012
  • New Commitments: The Future of Equality and Opportunity - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

    Nuru International, Elbi, and Tata Communications announce new Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Commitments to Action at the CGI 2015 Annual Meeting.

    published: 09 Oct 2015
  • CGI Animation Showreels HD: ILM "Transformers 3" by Brad Kinley

    Awesome character animation showreel for transformers 3 by the talented Brad Kinley!! For more information or questions for Brad please visit his website here: http://bradkinley.com/ Video SUMMARY: These are most of the shots I animated during the 10 months I spent on Transformers 3 at ILM. It was an incredible opportunity to work with the best in the business for such a long contract. I was the second animator on the project and was able to move up from doing relatively straightforward shots to some incredibly demanding shots that pushed me to the edge of my knowledge on a daily basis. Aside from the skilled animators and supervisors I worked with I also had a chance to work directly with Michael Bay and (at times) pitch different ideas for shots when asked! Incredible opportunity to in...

    published: 03 Nov 2012
  • Partnering for Opportunity at the 2013 CGI Latin America Meeting

    CGI Latin America will engage key leaders from the private sector, government, civil society, and NGOs to generate lasting solutions to the region's, and the world's, most pressing challenges. By strengthening these partnerships, examining successful initiatives, and developing new strategies, these challenges can be met by a prosperous global community.

    published: 09 Dec 2013
  • Future of Equality and Opportunity: President Clinton's Closing Remarks - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

    President Bill Clinton shares his closing remarks during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting.

    published: 09 Oct 2015
  • The Witcher 2 - Enhanced Edition - X360 - CGI intro making of

    You probably already saw the awesome new CGI intro of The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings Enhanced Edition for Xbox 360...Now you have the opportunity to watch it again in Making-off mode. Don't miss the special 'liberty' ending... The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings Enhanced Edition is now available on Xbox 360 and PC. Join the community on http://www.facebook.com/thewitcher or find more information on your local http://www.namcobandaigames.eu website Talk about this game, share tips & win goodies at http://www.namcobandaigames.eu/community Talk about this game, share tips & win goodies at http://www.namcobandaigames.eu/community

    published: 07 Mar 2012
  • Escalators of Opportunity: Panel Discussion - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

    Rana Foroohar hosts a panel discussion with Jessica Biel, Robert Collymore, Joseph Stiglitz, and Hanne Rasmussen during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 2015 Annual Meeting.

    published: 09 Oct 2015
  • CGI: connected to Scotland's business opportunities.

    Maggie Morrison from CGI Scotland explains how the company has flourished in Scotland, thanks to access to business opportunities and the great quality of life here.

    published: 28 Jul 2016
  • The Future of Equality and Opportunity: Polyphony Peace Chorus - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

    The Polyphony Peace Chorus performs during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 2015 Annual Meeting.

    published: 09 Oct 2015
  • Pathways to Opportunity Plenary Conversation - CGI America 2012

    America is predicated on a fundamental ideal: hard work, from the assembly line to the corporate boardroom, should result in financial security, social respect, and a pathway forward. While this remains a proud and defining ideal, less than half of Americans today believe their children will enjoy a higher standard of living than they do. To avoid this outcome, Americans must focus on improved education systems and workforce preparedness, equitable employment and entrepreneurship, tools to manage debt and create wealth, and continued opportunities for advancement. Moderator: Chelsea Clinton, Board Member, Clinton Global Initiative and William J. Clinton Foundation Participants: John Hope Bryant, Founder, Chairman and CEO, Operation HOPE, Inc. Kyle McCollom, Founder, Triple Thread Appar...

    published: 27 Jun 2012
  • The Future of Equality and Opportunity: Closing Conversation - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

    President Bill Clinton hosts a closing conversation with Elizabeth Holmes and Jack Ma at the CGI 2015 Annual Meeting.

    published: 09 Oct 2015
  • CGI 3D Animated Short HD: "Mau" - by ESMA

    Check out this amusing tale of two hungry cats, as one finds himself in the right place at the right time, and exploits his every opportunity - but does that include his friend? Created by the talented team of Thomas Buiron, Victor Gully, Marina Maison, and Lucie Schaar. For more information, please see the details and links below: Created by : Thomas BUIRON ; Victor GULLY ; Marina MAISON ; Lucie SCHAAR Enregistrement et mixage : José VICENTE ; Yoann PONCET - www.studiodesaviateurs.fr Musique : Raoul PETITE Animated films produced as part of the 3D animation training from the school ESMA. The productions here are the projects for students graduating. Every year, their creations are selected and awarded in major national and international festivals of its kind. © ESMA - Ecole Supéri...

    published: 09 Oct 2015
  • Heathrow unveils new CGI of improved 14-lane M25 with expansion

    A third runway at Heathrow provides an opportunity to improve one of the most congested sections of the M25. Our proposals will require a new, tunnelled section. The tunnel will be constructed alongside the existing route and minimise disruption to existing users of the motorway. Once built, new collector/distributor roads will run parallel to the motorway which will segregate airport and local traffic from the main carriageway, adding capacity to the M25. Separating traffic will reduce the weaving of cars from lane to lane and smooth the traffic flow for non-airport M25 traffic. Having listened to public feedback, we have also revised our proposals to avoid changes to the M25/M4 interchange. For more information, please visit http://your.heathrow.com/m25withexpansion

    published: 19 Aug 2015
  • Morning Plenary: Overcoming Poverty: Improving Opportunity - Panel Discussion - CGI America 2016

    Kent McGuire hosts a panel discussion with Marian Wright Edelman, Michael McAfee, Randi Weingarten and Patrick T. McCarthy.

    published: 24 Jun 2016
  • CGI Communications - Opportunities

    Human Resources talks about different job opportunities at CGI Communications in Rochester, NY

    published: 14 Oct 2016
  • CGI: connected to Scotland's business opportunities

    published: 06 Oct 2016
  • 10 Hilariously Bad CGI Effects in Popular Movies

    top 10 worst special effects in famous films Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: david.f@valnetinc.com Other Videos You Might Like Description: In modern Hollywood, the once-iconic “blockbuster” label has grown to be something of a bad word. Sure, it might still catch the intrigued ear of a movie buff drawn in by the allure of a big budget spectacle. But more often it has come to signal brainless popcorn fare featuring poorly developed characters, clichéd and familiar tropes and a de-emphasis on plot in favor of explosions, special effects and other visually stimulating fluff. In other words, think Michael Bay. But despite a cinephile culture that looks down upon these larger than life romps, there is no denying a broad appeal and ...

    published: 23 Sep 2016
  • President Clinton speaks with Elizabeth Holmes and Jack Ma (2015 CGI Annual Meeting)

    A special conversation on “The Future of Equality and Opportunity" with with President Clinton and Founder and CEO of Theranos Elizabeth Holmes and Executive Chairman of the Alibaba Group Jack Ma, during the Closing Plenary Session of the 2015 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting

    published: 30 Sep 2015
  • Lindalee Rose & the TMNT 2 Out of the Shadows 3D In-Theater Displays - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    On this episode, Lindalee Rose visits Midnight Oil Agency in North Hollywood, California, to learn more about the new in-theater 3D displays [VIDEO] On this episode, Lindalee Rose visits Midnight Oil Agency in North Hollywood, California, to learn more about the new in-theater 3D displays, created by MOA, for the upcoming movie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. https://youtu.be/_MDsfRWaHQk for the upcoming movie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (In-theaters on June 3rd). As a recent fan of the Nickelodeon/Paramount CGI/Live Action film version of the TMNT franchise, our resident Junior Journalist; jumped at the chance to check out the opportunity to learn more about these realistic looking promotional pieces for the new movie. Subscribe to Lindalee's Y...

    published: 27 May 2016
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**Award Winning** CGI 3D Animated Short  Film:  "PLANET UNKNOWN"  - by Shawn Wang

**Award Winning** CGI 3D Animated Short Film: "PLANET UNKNOWN" - by Shawn Wang

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Enjoy this Award Winning CGI 3D Animated Short ,"PLANET UNKNOWN"... At the end of the 21st century mankind was facing global resource depletion. Space Rovers were sent out to find potential inhabitable planets. Created by the talented Shawn Wang! For more information, please see the details below. Links Planet Unknown on vimeo – https://vimeo.com/183577091 Planet Unknown website – http://planetunknownfilm.com Planet Unknown Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/PlanetUnknownFilm Planet Unknown IMDb - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5850826 Shawn Wang - http://shawnwangvfx.com Echoic Audio - http://echoicaudio.com Info Planet Unknown is a passion project from Chinese student and director Shawn Wang. Animated over eleven months it was the final project for Shawn’s course at the Communication University of China. The film looks and feels like a Hollywood production. The attention to detail is exceptional with jaw dropping renders. Both the pace of the film and the use of shots is impeccable. The idea started back in 2014 when Interstellar was released in China. Shawn was deeply impressed by the movie and inspired by the two robots Tars and Case. The idea of intellectual robots exploring space started from there. Other inspiration includes Pixar movies like Wall-E and Toy Story, as well as Chappie and NASA documentaries about Mars Rover Curiosity. Short films by individuals like Alex Roman’s The Third & The Seventh, Richard Mans’ Abiogenesis, Erik Wernquist’s Wanderers, Alf Lovvold’s Dawn of the Stuff, and so many more. Shawn started working full time on this project in July 2015, though the storyline wasn’t fixed until November. The process was challenging but it was a perfect learning opportunity as well. Cinema 4D, plugin TurbulenceFD and Octane for C4D were heavily used for most of the tasks. Houdini was used to fracture things. Then Zbrush for sculpting, Mari for texturing, After Effects for compositing, and Premiere for editing. Python and JavaScript were used for scripting in C4D, Mari and AE, which helped speed up the process a lot. It took around 4 months to build the 3D assets. Then Shawn moved on to animatic previews. Each individual shot got more clear and problems to solve became more specific. Then the rest of the time were mainly focused on building scenes, keyframe animation, FX simulation, rendering and compositing. Three months before the hand in date Shawn approached Echoic Audio, one of the UKs leading music and sound design studios, to create the soundtrack for the film. The collaboration was a huge success with Echoic’s epic orchestral score and detailed sound design catapulting the film to the next level. The project got wrapped on June 1st 2016. And premiered 9 days later at Communications University of China to an audience of more 2,000 from all over the city. Planet Unknown recently won Best Animated Short at the Burbank International Film Festival. Director biography Shawn Wang is an animation director and 3D artist. Having a passion for CGI and storytelling, Shawn loves creating narrative visuals through all types of media. He completed his debut short animation project Planet Unknown during his last year at Communication University of China. The project was inspired by various space exploration movies and media. Echoic Audio biography Echoic Audio is music & sound design studio based from the UK. Echoic creates bespoke audio for a variety of film, TV and advertising projects. They have a strong sense of creativity working on a variety of collaborative passion projects each year. Credits Written & Directed by Shawn Wang Modelling, Texturing, Animation,Compositing & Editing Shawn Wang Music & Sound Design by Echoic Audio Composer Sam Foster Sound Design by Tom Gilbert David Johnston Special Thanks to Evolutions Re-recording Mixer Will Norie Executive Producer Xinyuan Huang Faculty Adviser Yucheng Huang Special Thanks to System Advisers Sicong Wang Jiawei Cao Horizon Bian ———————————————————— WHO EXACTLY ARE THECGBROS? - http://bit.ly/2bzGzYQ ———————————————————— Thanks for SUBSCRIBING -http://bit.ly/2c8Fl8u Web TheCGBros http://www.thecgbros.com YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/TheCGBro Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheCGBro Twitter https://twitter.com/TheCGBros Google+ https://plus.google.com/104301021746334584641 Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/TheCGBros/ Tumblr http://thecgbros.tumblr.com/ ———————————————————— Special Thank's to formaDISSENY for making our logo intro animation!! http://www.formadisseny.com/en/ ———————————————————— ———————————————————— If you’re a CGI ARTIST, ANIMATOR, FILM MAKER or STUDIO and would like your project showcased on our TheCGBros please visit http://bit.ly/2byguiS ———————————————————— #VFX #CGI #TheCGBros #3D #Shortfilms #Breakdowns #Reels
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CGI & VFX Showreels: "Houdini FX Student Project" - by Sergio Nieto Albero

CGI & VFX Showreels: "Houdini FX Student Project" - by Sergio Nieto Albero

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Check out this Houdini FX Student Project by the talented Sergio Nieto Albero! For more information, please see the details and links below: Hi, community! After 5 months of hard work and suffering, I liked to share with you the result of all this. It's a final project of a Master I did in CICE – La Escuela de Nuevas Tecnologías in Madrid, Spain with Houdini FX. I started my career 4 years ago in Barcelona, where I learned the basics of 3D and post production in FX Animation Barcelona. After finishing in 2015, I started to work and save money for paying my new studies, to specialize in Houdini FX in CICE. In May of 2016 I started the Master and in October at the end, I decided to do this great final project for the school taking 5 shots, at first it was a lot of work but with effort and illusion I could do it at time. All work was made by me. I took the references from the film “Battle for Sevastopol” which was a wonderful madness for me, it had it all, fluids, explosions, smoke, fire, particles so it would be a challenge for me, and an opportunity to demonstrate my school what I was able to do. Finally, some artists of the film congratulated me and gave me the best feedback. Today, with this job and a good reel, I hope to get my dream come true, work in the industry once and for all. Thank you very much CGBROS, I Love the work you do for all us. Greetings, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SNieto93 https://www.linkedin.com/in/sergio-nieto-albero-717b868a/ https://vimeo.com/user19235683 Music: START: Exselsor – Exselsor Vocal Hybrid Trailer (mixed with SOUND FXs) BREAKDOWN: MartianEpic Dubstep Trailer ———————————————————— WHO EXACTLY ARE THECGBROS? - http://bit.ly/2bzGzYQ ———————————————————— Thanks for SUBSCRIBING -http://bit.ly/2c8Fl8u TheCGBros Newsletter- http://tinyurl.com/j5njcxd Web - TheCGBros http://www.thecgbros.com YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/TheCGBro Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheCGBro Twitter https://twitter.com/TheCGBros Google+ https://plus.google.com/104301021746334584641 Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/TheCGBros/ Tumblr http://thecgbros.tumblr.com/ ———————————————————— Special Thank's to formaDISSENY for making our logo intro animation!! http://www.formadisseny.com/en/ ———————————————————— ———————————————————— If you’re a CGI ARTIST, ANIMATOR, FILM MAKER or STUDIO and would like your project showcased on our TheCGBros please visit http://bit.ly/2byguiS ———————————————————— TheCGBros have permission to broadcast this video and or it is part of Creative Commons the http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b.... If you believe this video should not be broadcasted on our channel, please contact legal@thecgbros.com to remedy the situation. ———————————————————— #VFX #CGI #TheCGBros #3D #Shortfilms #Breakdowns #Reels
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CGI & VFX Breakdowns: "47 Meters Down" - by Outpost VFX

CGI & VFX Breakdowns: "47 Meters Down" - by Outpost VFX

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**May Contain Spoilers** Check out this awesome VFX Breakdown for the Motion Picture Film '47 Meters Down" by the talented team at Outpost VFX! For more information, please see the details below. Outpost VFX is proud to announce that it delivered over 420 VFX shots for Johannes Roberts’ intense survival film, 47 Meters Down. Outpost VFX was the sole VFX vendor for the film, which is released on 16 June 2017. The team’s work on the film covered a wide gamut of both 2D and 3D visual effects work, including vast set extensions, intricate simulation work, fully CG environments, digital actors, extensive CG integrations with live plates and the creation of astonishingly photorealistic CG sharks. Over five months, Outpost VFX harnessed the talents of a team of over 40 talented artists to build an impressive slate of key sequences, including various close-up shots of photorealistic 3D sharks, a CG cage that plummets into the depths of the ocean, ferocious attack sequences and more. Produced by Tea Shop & Film Company, 47 Meters Down tells the story of two sisters who travel to Mexico, only to become trapped in a dive cage on the ocean floor. In shark-infested waters, the pair struggles to survive both a dwindling air supply and the advances of these terrifying aquatic beasts. The film’s Director, Johannes Roberts, worked closely with on-set VFX Supervisor Sean Mathieson, who was brought on by Outpost VFX to create a tense, visceral and immersive survival experience. When asked about Outpost VFX’s work on 47 Meters Down, Roberts said: “Just phenomenal work. I’m speechless how good you guys are.” Outpost VFX's owner, Duncan McWilliam, was Executive Producer on the film alongside the Weinsteins, steering the VFX budget to create the best possible on-screen production value. Duncan has also been Executive Producer on several other films, including the BAFTA-winning Under the Shadow and also Final Score, which is currently in production. “47 Meters Down was a real breakthrough opportunity for Outpost VFX to show what we are capable of producing,” explained McWilliam. “Being the sole VFX vendor on the show across such a broad range of VFX disciplines was fantastic for our team to really flex their creative and technical muscle. “This show really accelerated the development of our in-house proprietary tools and pipeline and now gives us a great calling card for creature and environment work across VFX-heavy shows.” Outpost VFX utilised Nuke for 2D work, Maya for 3D and animation, Houdini for the film’s numerous particle and fluid simulations and ZBrush for creature sculpting, plus 3DEqualizer and After Effects. “Since creating this film back in March 2016, the studio has doubled in size and worked across a series of Hollywood blockbusters including Life, Jason Bourne and Nocturnal Animals,” continued McWilliam. “With Electric Dreams and Final Score currently in production at the studio, our team is being constantly challenged to create incredible work. With the release of 47 Meters Down, we hope to springboard off its success and be seen as a go-to VFX facility on large-scale features in the future.” https://www.outpostvfx.co.uk/ ———————————————————— WHO EXACTLY ARE THECGBROS? - http://bit.ly/2bzGzYQ ———————————————————— Thanks for SUBSCRIBING -http://bit.ly/2c8Fl8u TheCGBros Newsletter- http://tinyurl.com/j5njcxd Web - TheCGBros http://www.thecgbros.com YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/TheCGBro Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheCGBro Twitter https://twitter.com/TheCGBros Google+ https://plus.google.com/104301021746334584641 Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/TheCGBros/ Tumblr http://thecgbros.tumblr.com/ ———————————————————— Special Thank's to formaDISSENY for making our logo intro animation!! http://www.formadisseny.com/en/ ———————————————————— ———————————————————— If you’re a CGI ARTIST, ANIMATOR, FILM MAKER or STUDIO and would like your project showcased on our TheCGBros please visit http://bit.ly/2byguiS ———————————————————— TheCGBros have permission to broadcast this video and or it is part of Creative Commons the http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b.... If you believe this video should not be broadcasted on our channel, please contact legal@thecgbros.com to remedy the situation. ———————————————————— #VFX #CGI #TheCGBros #3D #Shortfilms #Breakdowns #Reels
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CGI Opportunity

CGI Opportunity

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Describes the basics on how to start a gaming business with Competitive Games International
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CGI VXF Breakdowns HD: "Ender's Game GUI Reel" - by Ash Thorp

CGI VXF Breakdowns HD: "Ender's Game GUI Reel" - by Ash Thorp

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Check out this amazing CGI VXF breakdown by the talented Ash Thorp! Ash was the Lead Motion Graphics designer, under the wing of : Production Designers Ben Procter and Sean Haworth, visual effects director Matthew Butler, and director Gavin Hood. Twitter -https://twitter.com/Ashthorp Website - http://www.ashthorp.com/ Starting in late 2011, I received the opportunity to join the creative team for Ender's Game and continued off and on the project for about a year and a half in total. My main objective was to visualize the interface technology and then creatively design them into each unique scene of the film; this process involved everything from the more simple design of door latch actuators to the more massively complex setting of battle simulations. It was a very rewarding and challenging project and the biggest in my career at that time, since I was able to be involved in so many stages from pre-production meetings to the final modifications and edits of the film. From my early talks with Ben, Sean, Matthew, and Gavin, and then seeing my rough sketches manifest themselves onto the film screen was all an amazing experience. The images below vary greatly in time and design scale: some are unused concepts that didn't make the final edit, some are style frames created to pitch ideas of the story, and others are actual moments or frames that got incorporated into the released film. All in all, I generated about 650+ Photoshop files and many pages of scribbles and notes, so this is only a glimpse into my journey on this incredible project. Besides the wonderful experience and lessons learned from my involvement on this film, I met some amazing collaborators whom I am now so fortunate to call my friends. I would like to personally thank Ben Procter, Sean Haworth, Matthew Butler, G Creative, and Gavin Hood who took a risk on a young, passionate, newly established artist. Ender's Game was the first feature film to help launch the beginning of my freelance design career, and I'm thankful for this blessing that helped open the door to many more feature film projects and creative opportunities since it started back in 2011. Ash Thorp Lead Graphics Designer Jayse Hansen Lead Motion Graphics Artist Ryan Cashman Motion Graphics Concept Animator Navarro Parker Motion Graphics Animator Alasdair Willson Motion Graphics Animator/Reel Title Animation Paul Beaudry/G-creative Lead Motion Graphics Artist Franck Deron Reel Edit Gavin Hood Film Directer Matthew E Butler Digital Domain VFX Supervisor Ben Procter and Shawn Haworth Production Designers Gladys Tong G-Creative Supervisor MUSIC TRACK: The Four Seasons / Recomposed by Max Richter (2/4) Final compositing by Digital Domain and Goldtooth Creative ©Oddlot Entertainment / ©Summit Entertainment
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CGI Animation Breakdowns HD: "ELF" Shot progression - by Alaa Aldeen Afifah

CGI Animation Breakdowns HD: "ELF" Shot progression - by Alaa Aldeen Afifah

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Check out this insightful animation breakdown/progression shot using dialogue from the movie Elf, by the talented animator Alaa Aldeen Afifah! "The first thing I wanted to do is determine the cameras position and the entire flow of the shot. So I did a simple animatic where I had the character in position and I could see the shot flow, and also seeing whether my thoughts were working or not. Basically, I'm very obsessed with Blocking, and I love staying in the Blocking stage as much as I can so I get to nail down everything I want to see in the shot. I recorded lots of video reference for myself playing the two roles. I had different takes for each character and then I chose the best ones and combined them together." The Amazing Malcolm Rig provided By (http://www.animschool.com/..)https://www.animschool.com/DownloadOffer.aspx Clair Rig Provided by Long winter Studio. http://longwintermembers.com/shop/ Website - https://vimeo.com/user1041421/videos User Bio Hi my name is Alaa Aldeen Afifah i am professional 3d character animator currently working at Real Image studio..as senior Animator, Animation Team Lead http://www.realimage.tv I've become obsessed with animation and film making at a very young age, when playing video games and watching movies. Since then, I've come a long way. Now with 11 years of industry experience, I focus on character animation and how to bring characters to life.During my career I've worn many hats, from rigging to modeling but also lighting and other aspects of CG, which gives me a solid understanding of the entire CG pipeline. I've started as a self taught animator but when I realized that I couldn't push myself any further I decided to join an online animation school to expand my knowledge. I would love an opportunity to work on a big studio like BlueSky, Disney or Sony. software i use:maya & 3dsmax SUBSCRIBE - to TheCGBros for more inspiring content! http://www.youtube.com/user/thecgbro?sub_confirmation=1
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10 Hilariously Bad CGI Effects in Popular Movies

10 Hilariously Bad CGI Effects in Popular Movies

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top 10 worst special effects in famous films Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: david.f@valnetinc.com Other Videos You Might Like Description: In modern Hollywood, the once-iconic “blockbuster” label has grown to be something of a bad word. Sure, it might still catch the intrigued ear of a movie buff drawn in by the allure of a big budget spectacle. But more often it has come to signal brainless popcorn fare featuring poorly developed characters, clichéd and familiar tropes and a de-emphasis on plot in favor of explosions, special effects and other visually stimulating fluff. In other words, think Michael Bay. But despite a cinephile culture that looks down upon these larger than life romps, there is no denying a broad appeal and lucrative value that have seen titles like “Captain America: Civil War” and even the widely reviled “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” rank among the highest-grossing films to be released so far this year. That level of success can be chalked up to a number of factors, nearly all of which are tied to the use of that big budget. By throwing buckets of money into the production of a movie, you can reel in A-list actors, piggyback on major film franchises and invest all sorts of resources into the promotion and hype of the blockbuster. However, the most eye-catching elements of many supersized contemporary movies are often produced not on an exotic, expansive movie set, but in a small digital arts studio office. Computer-generated imagery, more popularly known by its CGI acronym, has enabled films to capture just about every piece of science fiction and fantasy available to the human imagination. It has taken film-goers through the time from the Jurassic Park-driven age of dinosaurs all the way up to numerous takes on the look of our distant, as-of-yet-unseen future. Even stories once believed to be unfilmable, such as Where the Wild Things Are, Cloud Atlas and Life of Pi, have arrived on the big screen thanks to CGI. In the hands of the proper graphic artists and technologically savvy talents, CGI can transport the viewer seamlessly into a believable yet spell-binding world unlike our own. But placed into wrong and inadequate hands, the viewer can be taken right out of a moment they would otherwise be invested in, glimpsing behind the curtain of the film production and being forced instead to become aware of the shoddy work that has taken place behind the camera. While one might think that money, pressure and a thorough editing process might be enough to prevent any instances of poor CGI making it to the big screen, the history of blockbuster movies would suggest otherwise. It seems like an entitled and unappreciative complaint to bemoan the poor computer graphics inherent in a handful of movies. After all, CGI has given us such iconic Hollywood figures as E.T. and the shark from Jaws, not to mention allowing DreamWorks to bring life to some of the greatest kid’s films ever made. But those successes only serve to further increase the lofty expectations placed upon CGI-heavy blockbusters. If we know what incredible visuals can be achieved through well done computer graphic imaging and we also understand the eye-popping riches invested by studios in so many big budget projects, then why wouldn’t we expect only the best that the technology has to offer? That’s why these 10 examples of CGI done wrong in film stand out as examples of doing so little with so much opportunity. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
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CGI Animated Short HD: Student Academy Award Winning "PeckPocketed" by Kevin Herron

CGI Animated Short HD: Student Academy Award Winning "PeckPocketed" by Kevin Herron

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Watch this funny and beautifully animated short by the talented Kevin Herron! A film about a bird desiring a luxury home, and seizes the opportunity one day when an old lady falls asleep at the park. For more detailed information about this film, please visit the links below: Designed, produced, and created at Ringling College by Kevin Herron, class of 2013. Kevin's Official Youtube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/KevinHerronArt Kevin's Blog - http://kevinherronart.blogspot.com/ Ringling College of Art and Design - http://www.ringling.edu/ Ringling College Presents, "Peck Pocketed" A short film by Kevin Herron Sound Effects by Dione Tan Music by Carlos Martin 2013 Student Academy Award winner in the Animation Category, Shown at the Traverse City Film Festival Best of Ringling, 2013 ©Kevin Herron + Ringling College 2013 All Rights Reserved
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CGI & VFX Short Films: "Ironman & Warmachine Are Late For School"  - by Andrew Lavery & Mathew Rees

CGI & VFX Short Films: "Ironman & Warmachine Are Late For School" - by Andrew Lavery & Mathew Rees

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Check out this awesome short created by the talented Andrew Lavery and Mathew Rees! This short was made last year to turn Mathew's kids into superheroes. This project came about for several reasons. The main one being that Andrew Lavery and Mathew Rees mostly work in cartoony animation and wanted to try doing something different to what they were used to. They had limited experience of the VFX aspects of animation such as camera tracking and combining CG with live action etc so this seemed a good opportunity to improve their skills in this area. Plus, Mathew wanted to turn his kids into superheroes for no other reason than to make them look good to their friends! The animation and rigging was done by Mathew and the modelling, texturing , camera tracking, lighting, rendering and compositing was done by Andrew. Software used Maya and Nuke. Mathew Rees and Andrew Lavery both work at Aardman Animations http://www.aardman.com/ The music used in the clip is the "Iron Man" theme from Iron Man 2008 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Ramin Djawadi. ———————————————————— WHO EXACTLY ARE THECGBROS? - http://bit.ly/2bzGzYQ ———————————————————— Thanks for SUBSCRIBING -http://bit.ly/2c8Fl8u TheCGBros Newsletter- http://tinyurl.com/j5njcxd Web - TheCGBros http://www.thecgbros.com YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/TheCGBro Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheCGBro Twitter https://twitter.com/TheCGBros Google+ https://plus.google.com/104301021746334584641 Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/TheCGBros/ Tumblr http://thecgbros.tumblr.com/ ———————————————————— Special Thank's to formaDISSENY for making our logo intro animation!! http://www.formadisseny.com/en/ ———————————————————— ———————————————————— If you’re a CGI ARTIST, ANIMATOR, FILM MAKER or STUDIO and would like your project showcased on our TheCGBros please visit http://bit.ly/2byguiS ———————————————————— TheCGBros have permission to broadcast this video and or it is part of Creative Commons the http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b.... If you believe this video should not be broadcasted on our channel, please contact legal@thecgbros.com to remedy the situation. ———————————————————— #VFX #CGI #TheCGBros #3D #Shortfilms #Breakdowns #Reels
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CGI VFX Breakdown HD: "Making of Titanfall 2: Become One" by Blur Studio

CGI VFX Breakdown HD: "Making of Titanfall 2: Become One" by Blur Studio

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CGI VFX Breakdown, Making of Titanfall 2: Become One by Blur Studio. Featured on http://www.cgmeetup.net/home/making-of-titanfall-2-become-one/ Making of Titanfall 2: Become One by Blur Studio – Take a journey into an unrelenting, dangerous world with our latest commercial for EA/Respawn’s Titanfall 2. Created with agency Argonaut San Francisco and directed by Blur’s Dave Wilson, “Become One” shows the importance of having friends when things get rough, even if your friend is an 18-foot robotic battle mech. The Titanfall 2 commercial presented a great opportunity to use an innovative combination of live-action and CGI, not to mention to collaborate with some really cool people from RESET, Argonaut, Respawn and EA. Blur handled all aspects of the project including design, live-action, editorial, VFX/compositing, color and output. Blur Studio http://www.blur.com/ SUBSCRIBE to CGMeetup for more inspiring content! http://www.cgmeetup.net YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/CGMeetUp Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CGMeetup Twitter https://twitter.com/cgmeetup Google+ https://plus.google.com/+Cgmeetup Dailymotion http://www.dailymotion.com/user/CGMeetup Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/cgmeetup/ Instagram https://instagram.com/cgmeetup/ #cgi #3d #animation #animated #vfx #vfxbreakdown #Titanfall2 #3dbreakdown #cgmeetup #film #movie #ComputerAnimation ----------------------- All CGI Artists, Studios or Schools who like to Feature/Publish there work on CGMeetup website & Channels Shortfilm, Sport, Making of, Vfx breadown, Showreel etc Submit here http://www.cgmeetup.net/forums/ or Contact us at info@cgmeetup.net ----------------------- Please Note: All videos are uploaded after written copyright permission from respected Artists, Studios or Schools. or part of Creative Commons license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode for more details or any dispute Contact us info@cgmeetup.net ----------------------- CGI, Making of Titanfall 2, Titanfall 2 Vfx Breakdown, Titanfall 2 Vfx Breakdown by Blur Studio, breakdown, 3d breakdown, Vfx, cg, Titanfall 2 Vfx Breakdown, making of Titanfall 2, Titanfall 2 Become One, Blur Studio, Blur Animation Studios, Titanfall 2 Making of, Behind the Scenes, Behind the Scenes of Titanfall 2, Titanfall 2 Behind the Scenes, cgi, Vfx, Vfx breakdown, 3d, making of, Vixen Studios, animation, VFX, Visual effects, commercial, 3d, blaze productions, Kia Motors Spoatage Behind The Scenes, Making of, Making of Titanfall 2: Become One, Titanfall 2: Become One Behind the Scenes, Blur Studio, Making of Titanfall 2: Become One by Blur Studio, Makingof Titanfall 2: Become One, Making of Titanfall 2 Become One, Titanfall 2: Become One Making of, Titanfall 2: Become One vfx breakdown, Titanfall 2: Become One vfxbreakdown, Titanfall 2: Become One Behind the Scenes, Behind the Scenes Titanfall 2: Become One, Titanfall 2: Become One bts, cgi, 3d, cgm
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CGI VFX Breakdowns: Halo 4 by Method Studios

CGI VFX Breakdowns: Halo 4 by Method Studios

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Method Studios was thrilled to be given the opportunity to work on this jaw-dropping commercial for Halo 4 having received much acclaim for the previous Halo spot, 'Deliver Hope' -- the ad honored with the coveted VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in 2011. For more info on Method Studios and Breakdown please visit: http://www.methodstudios.com/work/the-commissioning 'The Commissioning', from agency TwoFifteen and production company MJZ, introduces the storyline behind the new X-Box game set for release fall, 2012. The entire spot is packed with visual effects the likes of which are typically seen in sci-fi feature films as opposed to television adverts. Award-winning director, Nicolai Fuglsig, was keen to get across the immersive gaming experience and produce visuals in-keeping with the Halo game but which feel as exciting as the latest Hollywood blockbusters. One of the key challenges for the Method team was the turnaround schedule for such a VFX heavy ad. Once shooting was completed on location in Bucharest, there was just four weeks of post production time before the delivery date. As Method Producer, Bethan Thomas, was aware of this tight deadline, she ensured that the 3D and matte painting teams were busy preparing digital elements and sequences while VFX Supervisor, Benjamin Walsh was on set. Careful planning, along with Method's international infrastructure (which allowed artists in both LA and Sydney to pool resources), helped guarantee that both a 95 second and 60 second spot were delivered on time.
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New Commitments: The Future of Equality and Opportunity - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

New Commitments: The Future of Equality and Opportunity - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

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CGI Animation Showreels HD: ILM "Transformers 3" by Brad Kinley

CGI Animation Showreels HD: ILM "Transformers 3" by Brad Kinley

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Awesome character animation showreel for transformers 3 by the talented Brad Kinley!! For more information or questions for Brad please visit his website here: http://bradkinley.com/ Video SUMMARY: These are most of the shots I animated during the 10 months I spent on Transformers 3 at ILM. It was an incredible opportunity to work with the best in the business for such a long contract. I was the second animator on the project and was able to move up from doing relatively straightforward shots to some incredibly demanding shots that pushed me to the edge of my knowledge on a daily basis. Aside from the skilled animators and supervisors I worked with I also had a chance to work directly with Michael Bay and (at times) pitch different ideas for shots when asked! Incredible opportunity to interact with one of the best known film-makers currently directing. BREAKDOWN NOTES (SEQUENTIALLY): Driller Tentacles:Responsible for all animation Starscream Eye grappled: Responsible for all animation. Not responsible for wire simulation. Bumblebee Hybrid Mode Transform: Responsible for all primary animation. Responsible for initial transformation pass, with a technical animator responsible for a detail pass afterwards. Star Scream Helicopter Tackle:Responsible for all animation (starscream, and helicopters). Responsible for helipcopter destruction. BumbleBee Flip over Fence: Responsible for all animation. Sentinel Prime Activates and Tackles Prime: Responsible for all animation. Sentinel Prime Activates and Tackles Prime (double cut): Responsible for all animation. Driller crush skyscraper: Responsible for all animation. Not responsible for glass/debris simulation. BumbleBee Catches Sam: Responsible for: Animation of Bumblebee, Digital Double Animation, Bumblebee Transformation at End Not responsible for: Detail pass on transformation at the start of the shot Not responsible for: Truck animation or cylinder simulation Not responsible for: Rigging/Lighting/Rendering
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Partnering for Opportunity at the 2013 CGI Latin America Meeting

Partnering for Opportunity at the 2013 CGI Latin America Meeting

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CGI Latin America will engage key leaders from the private sector, government, civil society, and NGOs to generate lasting solutions to the region's, and the world's, most pressing challenges. By strengthening these partnerships, examining successful initiatives, and developing new strategies, these challenges can be met by a prosperous global community.
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Future of Equality and Opportunity: President Clinton's Closing Remarks - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

Future of Equality and Opportunity: President Clinton's Closing Remarks - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

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President Bill Clinton shares his closing remarks during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting.
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The Witcher 2 - Enhanced Edition - X360 - CGI intro making of

The Witcher 2 - Enhanced Edition - X360 - CGI intro making of

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You probably already saw the awesome new CGI intro of The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings Enhanced Edition for Xbox 360...Now you have the opportunity to watch it again in Making-off mode. Don't miss the special 'liberty' ending... The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings Enhanced Edition is now available on Xbox 360 and PC. Join the community on http://www.facebook.com/thewitcher or find more information on your local http://www.namcobandaigames.eu website Talk about this game, share tips & win goodies at http://www.namcobandaigames.eu/community Talk about this game, share tips & win goodies at http://www.namcobandaigames.eu/community
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Escalators of Opportunity: Panel Discussion - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

Escalators of Opportunity: Panel Discussion - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

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Rana Foroohar hosts a panel discussion with Jessica Biel, Robert Collymore, Joseph Stiglitz, and Hanne Rasmussen during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 2015 Annual Meeting.
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CGI: connected to Scotland's business opportunities.

CGI: connected to Scotland's business opportunities.

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Maggie Morrison from CGI Scotland explains how the company has flourished in Scotland, thanks to access to business opportunities and the great quality of life here.
https://wn.com/Cgi_Connected_To_Scotland's_Business_Opportunities.
The Future of Equality and Opportunity: Polyphony Peace Chorus - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

The Future of Equality and Opportunity: Polyphony Peace Chorus - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

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The Polyphony Peace Chorus performs during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 2015 Annual Meeting.
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Pathways to Opportunity Plenary Conversation - CGI America 2012

Pathways to Opportunity Plenary Conversation - CGI America 2012

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America is predicated on a fundamental ideal: hard work, from the assembly line to the corporate boardroom, should result in financial security, social respect, and a pathway forward. While this remains a proud and defining ideal, less than half of Americans today believe their children will enjoy a higher standard of living than they do. To avoid this outcome, Americans must focus on improved education systems and workforce preparedness, equitable employment and entrepreneurship, tools to manage debt and create wealth, and continued opportunities for advancement. Moderator: Chelsea Clinton, Board Member, Clinton Global Initiative and William J. Clinton Foundation Participants: John Hope Bryant, Founder, Chairman and CEO, Operation HOPE, Inc. Kyle McCollom, Founder, Triple Thread Apparel Ai-jen Poo, Director, National Domestic Workers Alliance Jerry Sue Thornton, President, Cuyahoga Community College Joan Walker, Executive Vice President, Corporate Relations, Allstate Insurance Company
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The Future of Equality and Opportunity: Closing Conversation - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

The Future of Equality and Opportunity: Closing Conversation - CGI 2015 Annual Meeting

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President Bill Clinton hosts a closing conversation with Elizabeth Holmes and Jack Ma at the CGI 2015 Annual Meeting.
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CGI 3D Animated Short HD: "Mau" - by ESMA

CGI 3D Animated Short HD: "Mau" - by ESMA

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Check out this amusing tale of two hungry cats, as one finds himself in the right place at the right time, and exploits his every opportunity - but does that include his friend? Created by the talented team of Thomas Buiron, Victor Gully, Marina Maison, and Lucie Schaar. For more information, please see the details and links below: Created by : Thomas BUIRON ; Victor GULLY ; Marina MAISON ; Lucie SCHAAR Enregistrement et mixage : José VICENTE ; Yoann PONCET - www.studiodesaviateurs.fr Musique : Raoul PETITE Animated films produced as part of the 3D animation training from the school ESMA. The productions here are the projects for students graduating. Every year, their creations are selected and awarded in major national and international festivals of its kind. © ESMA - Ecole Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques Enregistrement et mixage : José VICENTE ; Yoann PONCET - www.studiodesaviateurs.fr SUBSCRIBE - to TheCGBros for more inspiring content! http://www.youtube.com/user/thecgbro?sub_confirmation=1
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Heathrow unveils new CGI of improved 14-lane M25 with expansion

Heathrow unveils new CGI of improved 14-lane M25 with expansion

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A third runway at Heathrow provides an opportunity to improve one of the most congested sections of the M25. Our proposals will require a new, tunnelled section. The tunnel will be constructed alongside the existing route and minimise disruption to existing users of the motorway. Once built, new collector/distributor roads will run parallel to the motorway which will segregate airport and local traffic from the main carriageway, adding capacity to the M25. Separating traffic will reduce the weaving of cars from lane to lane and smooth the traffic flow for non-airport M25 traffic. Having listened to public feedback, we have also revised our proposals to avoid changes to the M25/M4 interchange. For more information, please visit http://your.heathrow.com/m25withexpansion
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Morning Plenary: Overcoming Poverty: Improving Opportunity - Panel Discussion - CGI America 2016

Morning Plenary: Overcoming Poverty: Improving Opportunity - Panel Discussion - CGI America 2016

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Kent McGuire hosts a panel discussion with Marian Wright Edelman, Michael McAfee, Randi Weingarten and Patrick T. McCarthy.
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CGI Communications - Opportunities

CGI Communications - Opportunities

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Human Resources talks about different job opportunities at CGI Communications in Rochester, NY
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CGI: connected to Scotland's business opportunities

CGI: connected to Scotland's business opportunities

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10 Hilariously Bad CGI Effects in Popular Movies

10 Hilariously Bad CGI Effects in Popular Movies

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top 10 worst special effects in famous films Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: david.f@valnetinc.com Other Videos You Might Like Description: In modern Hollywood, the once-iconic “blockbuster” label has grown to be something of a bad word. Sure, it might still catch the intrigued ear of a movie buff drawn in by the allure of a big budget spectacle. But more often it has come to signal brainless popcorn fare featuring poorly developed characters, clichéd and familiar tropes and a de-emphasis on plot in favor of explosions, special effects and other visually stimulating fluff. In other words, think Michael Bay. But despite a cinephile culture that looks down upon these larger than life romps, there is no denying a broad appeal and lucrative value that have seen titles like “Captain America: Civil War” and even the widely reviled “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” rank among the highest-grossing films to be released so far this year. That level of success can be chalked up to a number of factors, nearly all of which are tied to the use of that big budget. By throwing buckets of money into the production of a movie, you can reel in A-list actors, piggyback on major film franchises and invest all sorts of resources into the promotion and hype of the blockbuster. However, the most eye-catching elements of many supersized contemporary movies are often produced not on an exotic, expansive movie set, but in a small digital arts studio office. Computer-generated imagery, more popularly known by its CGI acronym, has enabled films to capture just about every piece of science fiction and fantasy available to the human imagination. It has taken film-goers through the time from the Jurassic Park-driven age of dinosaurs all the way up to numerous takes on the look of our distant, as-of-yet-unseen future. Even stories once believed to be unfilmable, such as Where the Wild Things Are, Cloud Atlas and Life of Pi, have arrived on the big screen thanks to CGI. In the hands of the proper graphic artists and technologically savvy talents, CGI can transport the viewer seamlessly into a believable yet spell-binding world unlike our own. But placed into wrong and inadequate hands, the viewer can be taken right out of a moment they would otherwise be invested in, glimpsing behind the curtain of the film production and being forced instead to become aware of the shoddy work that has taken place behind the camera. While one might think that money, pressure and a thorough editing process might be enough to prevent any instances of poor CGI making it to the big screen, the history of blockbuster movies would suggest otherwise. It seems like an entitled and unappreciative complaint to bemoan the poor computer graphics inherent in a handful of movies. After all, CGI has given us such iconic Hollywood figures as E.T. and the shark from Jaws, not to mention allowing DreamWorks to bring life to some of the greatest kid’s films ever made. But those successes only serve to further increase the lofty expectations placed upon CGI-heavy blockbusters. If we know what incredible visuals can be achieved through well done computer graphic imaging and we also understand the eye-popping riches invested by studios in so many big budget projects, then why wouldn’t we expect only the best that the technology has to offer? That’s why these 10 examples of CGI done wrong in film stand out as examples of doing so little with so much opportunity. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
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President Clinton speaks with Elizabeth Holmes and Jack Ma (2015 CGI Annual Meeting)

President Clinton speaks with Elizabeth Holmes and Jack Ma (2015 CGI Annual Meeting)

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A special conversation on “The Future of Equality and Opportunity" with with President Clinton and Founder and CEO of Theranos Elizabeth Holmes and Executive Chairman of the Alibaba Group Jack Ma, during the Closing Plenary Session of the 2015 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting
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Lindalee Rose & the TMNT 2 Out of the Shadows 3D In-Theater Displays - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Lindalee Rose & the TMNT 2 Out of the Shadows 3D In-Theater Displays - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

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On this episode, Lindalee Rose visits Midnight Oil Agency in North Hollywood, California, to learn more about the new in-theater 3D displays [VIDEO] On this episode, Lindalee Rose visits Midnight Oil Agency in North Hollywood, California, to learn more about the new in-theater 3D displays, created by MOA, for the upcoming movie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. https://youtu.be/_MDsfRWaHQk for the upcoming movie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (In-theaters on June 3rd). As a recent fan of the Nickelodeon/Paramount CGI/Live Action film version of the TMNT franchise, our resident Junior Journalist; jumped at the chance to check out the opportunity to learn more about these realistic looking promotional pieces for the new movie. Subscribe to Lindalee's YouTube channel for more great videos like these at; http://www.youtube.com/lindaleerose Learn more about the new TMNT movie at: http://teenagemutantninjaturtlesmovie.com/ To discover what amazing visual creations Midnight Oil Agency can generate for your business, visit http://moagency.com/ Visit Beyond the Marquee the site for more content; http://beyondthemarquee.com/40136 COWABUNGA DUDE!!!
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