Virtual Worlds 2007Top Halo Filmmaker Chris Burke, Creator of This Spartan Life, Hails Reallusion’s iClone 2.0. Endorsement Comes on the Heels of Eagerly Anticipated Launch of Groundbreaking 3D Moviemaking Sequel at Virtual Worlds 2007, in NYC, March 28-28, 2007
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NEW YORK, NY, April 05, 2007—On the heels of its enthusiastically received launch at Virtual Worlds 2007 (, in New York, which attracted over 700 attendees from Fortune 500 companies like IBM, Proctor & Gamble, Time-Warner, Verizon and Disney, comes the latest ringing endorsement for Reallusion’s iClone 2.0.
In a statement received at the close of the conference, which also brought such high-profile coverage of the 3D moviemaking and Machinima suite by both the Associated Press and Forbes, Chris Burke, president of Brooklyn, NY-based Machinima and sound design firm Bong + Dern, and creator of Halo 2 talkshow in gamespace This Spartan Life, recently tapped to create exclusive episodes for the “Legendary” edition of Halo 3, hailed iClone 2.0 as “the most powerful and affordable toolset I’ve ever seen. Whether you’re an aspiring filmmaker or a seasoned professional, you truly can’t beat the combination of cost and functionality.”
John C. Martin, Director of Marketing, Reallusion, added, “We are here to empower filmmakers of every stripe. We are excited to receive such a positive endorsement from someone like Chris because we know that with his influence, people who never considered creating Machinima will pick up our product and soon begin sharing their films with the world.”
Burke’s comments are the latest in an outpouring of praise the product has so far received. In addition to his kind words, and those from AP and Forbes, iClone has also been hailed by Variety and Eric Rosner, Director of Animation, TV Land/Nick at Nite, who said that “This is the software I’ve been waiting for.”


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