computer graphics

running man

Watch a Computer Program Teach Itself to Run for Dear Life

We’ve come a long way since QWOP.
Jacob Dubé
8.1.17
unreal

God Damn These Are Some Good Looking Computer Rocks

Two Geforce 1080 Tis and a lot of effort can create photorealism.
Samantha Cole
7.27.17
Human After All

Film Directors Are Bringing Actors Back From the Dead With Creepily Real CGI Skin

Will life-like skin movement rescue digital characters from the uncanny valley once and for all?
Frederick Blichert
7.5.17
movies

[Exclusive] How 'Ghost in the Shell' VFX Artists Built the World of New Port City

"No straight lines": We spoke to the experimental visual effects artists who invented computer graphics techniques for the live-action anime adaptation.
Beckett Mufson
3.31.17
Film

Jaw-Dropping CGI Water Droplets and Insects Interact in a Macro World

Hayao Miyazaki's 'Boro the Caterpillar' might have a run for its money.
Beckett Mufson
1.10.17
Music

[Premiere] Fraction's New Music Video Is a Black and Chrome Abyss

3D artist Julius Horsthuis created a high-contrast fractal universe for the track.
DJ Pangburn
11.10.16
Film

Thirsty for Indie Sci-Fi? Here's Your Film Noir Animation Fix

Enter the dark void in Ash Thorp and Christopher Bjerre's ominous animated short film, 'None.'
Mike Steyels
10.22.16
Art

The Best Museums of the World In a Blink of an Eye

Check out this visual, animated reminder that museums are works of art themselves.
Diana Shi
10.8.16
Canada

Toronto Artists Are Bringing Weird 90s CGI Back to Life

Short Circutz on YTV was before its time.
Zack Kotzer
8.17.16
Art

Virtual Chemicals Morph in a Mesmerizing 3D Video

CG artist Nobutaka Kitahara’s math-based 3D art video is a world of constant transformation.
DJ Pangburn
7.26.16
Art

Take a Peek at the Artistic Sides of Mosquitoes, Bacteria, and Scientific Processes

'Science of the Unseen' is an online exhibition brainstormed by a computer graphics collective.
Francesca Capossela
7.2.16
videos

When Computer Graphics Pioneer John Whitney Melted Minds for IBM

Processing was still a long ways off in 1968.
Michael Byrne
5.1.16
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