The Mob director Paul WS Anderson (known for such gentle fare as Alien vs. Predator, the Resident Evil franchise, and most recently Monster Hunter), stages an epic gaming challenge for PlayStation Plus with lots of VFX help from The Mill. [Read more]
CG animation and design specialists INK in London: “We pay homage to the wizards of miniaturization with our brand new playful animation dedicated to the original Sony Walkman. [Read more]
Rotating sets are certainly not new (Royal Wedding, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Poltergeist, etc.) but this deployment from director Show Yanagisawa for Sony’s Gravity Rush 2 game updates the technique with a secret weapon: the ginger kitten. [Read more]
With a brief to capture the high quality of Sony Action Cam’s slow-motion, Amsterdam director/artist duo Lernert Engleberts and Sander Plug turn to what they call the epitome of slow, “The camera is so simple to use that it could even be used by a turtle, which is how the concept came about.” [Read more]
MJZ director Frederik Bond and The Mill crew in LA help Sony launch its PlayStation Vue streaming TV service with a snappy, VFX-fueled :60 tempting their built in audience of PS3 and PS4 users to try the cable alternative which promises users will be able to purchase only the channels they want. Agency: Johannes Leonardo. [Read more]
Vancouver’s Image Engine handles the majority of the VFX work in Neill Blomkamp’s new robot-coming-of-age feature called “Chappie” featuring an exceptionally emotive CG hero plus the genius casting choice of the decade: Yo-Landi and Ninja from Die Antwoord as the criminals who abduct him.