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ACMI’s DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition

DigitalFish interactive kiosks are helping kids become animators as part of DreamWorks Animation: the Exhibition, open April 10 through October 5, 2014 at the Australian Center for the Moving Image (ACMI). DigitalFish’s production technology within the kiosks captures the essence of the professional animators’ tools as used at DreamWorks.

Read more: About ACMI’s DreamWorks Exhibition


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Google's Spotlight Stories

Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group taps DigitalFish’s expertise in GPGPU graphics performance and OpenSubdiv to implement the newest techniques into a tight production schedule.

Read more: About Google's Spotlight Stories



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Art Authority

“An experience unlike any other”– The New York Times

Art Authority is a best-seller featured twice in the New York Times. DigitalFish senior engineer Paul Collins developed the application and server components in collaboration with publisher Open Door Networks.

Read more: About Art Authority


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Pearson CORE Parent

Pearson CORE Parent is an interactive multimedia newsletter app for tablets designed to keep parents informed on news, ideas, trends and technologies relevant to their K-12 school children. Focused around the transition to the new national CORE curriculum, Pearson sought an avenue for engaging parents while establishing trust and comfort with tablet-based content delivery, which will play a key role in Pearson’s future K-12 and post-secondary educational publishing.

Read more: About Pearson CORE Parent



Artemis Racing

CHALLENGER FOR THE 34TH AMERICAS CUP Artemis has engaged DigitalFish for a broad range of performance-technology and mobile computing needs. Including both software and hardware projects, we’re helping Artemis take mobile computing to the limit on the water for racing and training in the harshest physical and operational conditions.

Read more: Artemis Racing


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NASA STTR Mars Terrain Mapping

DigitalFish, together with researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, secured an STTR grant to advance the tools for planetary terrain mapping. DigitalFish proposed using subdivision surfaces (subdivs), a compact, multiresolution representation for 3-D surface geometry in computer graphics.

Read more: About Mars Terrain Mapping



Tokyo Game Show
September 21-24, 2017
Tokyo, Japan

Austin Game Conference
September 21-22, 2017
Austin, Texas

September 21-22, 2017
San Francisco, CA

Oculus Connect
October 11-12, 2017
San Jose, CA

View Conference
October 23-27, 2017
Turin, Italy

CTN Animation Expo
November 17-19, 2017
Burbank, CA

November 27-30, 2017
Bangkok, Thailand

December 7-8, 2017
San Francisco, CA

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