Noteworthy News You May Have Missed from SIGGRAPH 2015

by | 27 August 2015 | ACM SIGGRAPH, Animation, Conferences, Education, Emerging Technologies, Film, Interactive Techniques, Virtual Reality

Amid all of the education, demonstrations, and networking at SIGGRAPH 2015, chances are you missed something worth discovering. Not to worry! SIGGRAPH 2015 received plenty of media attention and we’ve rounded up of some of the most noteworthy news items and stories to come out of the “Xroads of Discovery.”

At Ford, VR Drives New Ideas in Automotive Design
Studio Daily


SIGGRAPH 2015 Pays Homage To Aardman Animations, Showcases New Technology
SHOOT Online


Developers Focus on VR and Luxurious Mustaches at SIGGRAPH 2015


The Order: 1886 Engine Targeted PS4 And PC Specifically Because Of Performance


Mirror’s Edge Catalyst to Reach “New Levels of GPU Optimizations” via Async Compute


VideoStitch Introduces Real-Time 360 Degree 3D Video Stitching at SIGGRAPH


Qualcomm’s Upcoming Snapdragon 820 Chip Promises Better Mobile Photos
The Next Web


‘The Peanuts Movie’ Secrets Revealed at SIGGRAPH
The Hollywood Reporter


Beautiful Puppet Animation Challenges Ideas About Gender
Creative Bloq


NVIDIA DesignWorks Software Tools Help Create Virtual Products That Look Real


Original Force Animation Launches With 3 Animated Features; “Duck Duck Goose” Coming First
Indiewire (Blog)


Robots Are Learning How to Be Stylish


A Graphics Breakthrough Makes Perfect CGI Skin


How To Reinvent The Mouse Cursor For The VR Age
Fast Co.Design


New System Lets Designers And Researchers “Draw” In 3D Space


The Obscure Neuroscience Problem That’s Plaguing VR

Want more SIGGRAPH 2015 news? Click here for a full round-up. And, as always, the ACM SIGGRAPH SCOOP team was on hand to gather program highlights and interviews. Check out our playlist on YouTube.

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