Monday, April 19, 2010

House of Numbers CGI to screen at the Melbourne Int'l Animation Festival

The computer graphics created for House of Numbers has been invited to screen in the 10th annual Melbourne International Animation Festival.

CGI artist Scott Meador and graphics supervisor Jim Lockhart took us inside the body, creating moving imagery of the HIV replication cycle hypothesis. Click here to see a video simultaneously comparing the basic grey 3D model concept, the 3D render, and the final composite.

 Information about the Melbourne Int'l Animation Festival:

Get ready to strap yourselves in for a nine day blast of animation from around the world in the 10th edition of the Melbourne International Animation Festival! This will be your only opportunity in Australia to see such a comprehensive line-up of current animated short films in competition and specially curated programs, that highlight recent productions and absolute gems from the archive. MIAF aims to challenge and inspire audiences with thematic, visual and technical diversity from award winners, outstanding industry veterans and those wonderful newcomers who are exploring their talent on screen for the very first time.

In 2010 MIAF celebrates our 10th anniversary! Woohoo! As well as the regular avalanche of animated goodness covering the best recently released and historical animation, we have three special highlight programs:

10 Years of International Highlights
10 Years of Australian Highlights
10 Years of Late Night Bizarre 

We’ve received more than 12,000 entries, screened more than 2,500 films and had some of the most talented animators in the world come and hang with us! These programs will review some of the hits, misses and should-a-beens!!