"We are very excited to announce that John C. Martin II, VP of Product Marketing for Reallusion, Inc., the creators of Crazy Talk and iClone software is on hand this week to answer community questions. iClone 3 has recently been released to overwhelming reception. To learn more about iClone 3, please see Renderosity Staff Columnist, Ricky Grove's review here. Also, be sure to stop by the Renderosity iClone Forum that has been abuzz with recent activity." Nick Charles, Renderosity Editor
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Classic Horror Movies
The focus of this pack is Classic Horror. It includes a serial killer with different kinds of weapon such as Axe, Chopper, Shovel, Chain Saw, and masks. Using the newest interactive technology of iClone3, filming will be easier, and editing will be faster. The motion contains killing motions using different weapons as well as persona WASD. We also provide a series of victim motions and persona for users to apply to any iClone3 Characters to suit your filming needs.
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• Character x 1
• Motions x 84
• Accessories x 16
• Props x 51
• Stages x 4
• Personae x 4
Satire and politics have a long history and in today's world of on-demand viral media the ability for expression of support, ridicule and even attack can be waged from the single home computer. The Martin Brothers are expressing their views on the 2008 presidential race through the animated satire, "Repuffs!"
View full story on CNN iReport: http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-99296
What if the Republican party was a breakfast cereal?
In the spirit of the political season we whipped up a satire with iClone 3. Created by the Martin Bros., the video is a study in the attempted rebranding of a political party.
The views expressed in the video are not intended to be those of Reallusion. That being said, the Martin Bros. swing iClone with a political punch. Repuffs utilizes iClone 3's flexible actor creation system and billboard objects for motion graphics. All footage created in rendered in HD 1280x720. The production time was 20 days. No matter your views in the upcoming election, if you live in the US please share them by voting. Thank you my fellow Americans and all of our friends around the world. Enjoy Repuffs!
Reallusion invites users of iClone to beta BackStage. BackStage is a massive on-demand 3D content vault with an all-access experience to try hundreds of models and motions inside your iClone projects before you buy. iClone BackStage Service allows users of iClone 3 Pro, Standard and even the EX freeware version to browse, download and insert a complete trial version of the content into their movie scenes.
Watch a demo video of iClone BackStage in action
"Having the opportunity to try content on-demand and actually place it into a movie to determine if it's right for your project is an innovative service that will guarantee your 3D content libraries fill up with only the most useful actors, objects and motions," said John C Martin II, Reallusion VP of Product Marketing. "Now iClone users can interact with hundreds of models for free and buy only those that fit their needs which not only is a fun way to explore 3D content, but also saves our users money."
Enter the beta service now and get total US$ 100 worth of content.
Beta period: 2008/09/23 – 2008/10/7
Qualification: iClone 3 Standard/PRO users
Benefit: 1000 credits and a coupon of 5000 credits (expires on October 7, 2008.)
Extra bonus: a coupon of 4000 credits (expires on October 7, 2008) will be sent to you on 10/2 if you complete the Survey Form before 10/1.
While still something of a niche interest, 3-D filmmaking has enjoyed a surge of popularity in recent years. This is in large part thanks to the prolific output of the machinima gaming community. An amalgamation of the words 'machine' and 'cinema' machinima refers to the use of pre-built 3-D worlds to produce animated movies -- and it's beginning...
NVIDIA hosted visual computing and gaming pioneers from across the globe in San Jose, CA this week during NVISION. Displaying a showcase of the best eyecandy in the business, NVISION certainly delivered on the visuals.
Reallusion's iClone 3 was highlighted as a leading technology inside NVIDIA's Emerging Company Summit where innovators from 3D graphics, virtual worlds, motion capture and real-time interaction were spotlighted for pushing the frontier of visual computing. Ziff Davis TV (DL.tv) covered the best of NVISION with a look at iClone 3, 3D stereoscopics, gaming, and some killer PC case mods. Nvidia has set the bar for visual computing events, not to mention the fact that a new Guiness World Record was set for the largest/longest LAN party. W00t!
Checkout full show coverage video from DL.TV