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ptech
08-15-2008, 07:13 PM
http://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/idUS228804+14-Aug-2008+BW20080814

LOS ANGELES--(Business Wire)--
SPHERON-VR AG has attracted one of the UK's VFX industry leaders,
The Mill London, an Oscar and multi-award winning company with offices
in L.A and New York. The Mill selected the innovative SpheroCam HDR.

Jordi Bares, Joint Head of 3D at The Mill, said "The Mill has
invested in the SpheroCam HDR to further improve the output of our
work by bringing the latest photographic technology to our projects,
which will benefit on all aspects of lighting."

www.the-mill.com (http://www.the-mill.com/)

Peter Taylor, Business Manager INTRUVISION, the new launched CGI
divisions of SPHERON-VR AG, is delighted by the decision of this major
player within the film & effects industry: "We are very pleased that
The Mill CG team will be using INTRUVISION Technologies from
SPHERON-VR AG. High Dynamic Range (HDR) imagery is now such a key part
to many VFX productions and it's great to see our technology assisting
in this process.

"Beyond this industry, INTRUVISION Solutions are also being
adopted within the markets of Games & Entertainment, Architecture and
Automotive - to let the boundaries between the real world and the
digital world of images disappear." Peter Taylor adds: "We are looking
with enthusiasm to the future of Computer Graphics. And we trust our
INTRUVISION Technologies contribute to shape it."

www.spheron.com (http://www.spheron.com/)


http://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/idUS228804+14-Aug-2008+BW20080814

ptech
08-19-2008, 10:03 PM
see some example Spheron data here (full 32-bit HDR content) on this autodesk toxik site - watch Interact in Realtime with HDRI

http://download.autodesk.com/us/interactiveoverviews/toxik/index.html

Bonedaddy
08-19-2008, 10:04 PM
For god's sake, I don't know who you are, but stop spamming the forum.

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