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Unity 4 gives game coders animation, Flash, Linux support

A coming beta version of the cross-platform programming tool will extend to new software environments including Linux PCs, Flash-enabled browsers, and Windows systems with DirectX 11.

By June 18, 2012


Bravely going where Pixar animation tech has never gone

With "Brave," the hit-making studio broke new ground in the way it animated flowing hair, fur, clothing, and water. And it invented new software to make it all happen.

By June 16, 2012


Street View gets groovified with stereographic animations

Two animations that tap Google Street View for images -- and then make "Little Planets" out of them -- let you travel around the world again and again and again.

By June 1, 2012


Create entertaining animations on iOS

Creating animations on your iPhone is incredibly easy with the right app, and a few of them stand out for their features and interesting things you can make.

By May 25, 2012


Prize-winning films give glimpse of next-gen animators

CalArts has turned out a lot of top animators over the years. Its 2012 CalArts Character Animation Producers' Show gives a look at the talent that will appear in the years to come.

By May 25, 2012


Meet Qumarion, an animation supermodel

One day in the future, we might use sensor-equipped action figures like this one out of Japan to create animations.

By May 24, 2012


Animals with iPads!

Do you ever need an excuse to watch adorable videos of animals playing with touchscreen technology? No, we didn't think so. Here are some of our favourites.

By May 6, 2012


See first Samsung Galaxy S3 3D animation here

Here's your chance to check out the Samsung Galaxy S3 from all angles, with a spiffy 3D animation controlled by you.

By May 4, 2012


How the Navy's super railgun works (animation)

The Taiwanese animators at NMA News have put together a primer on how the electromagnetic railgun works. Whether they've got it right is anyone's guess.

By March 5, 2012


Old CDs get new life as playful animal sculptures

Australian artist Sean Avery takes old CDs and makes them into wild pieces of art. Crave chats with Avery to find out how he brings his animal sculptures to life.

By February 24, 2012