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the under presents

Shout out to our friends at Tender Claws, whose VR adventure 'The Under Presents' is tied at #1 on Forbes' list of the top 50 VR games of 2019! Check out the full list here.

NATAS Emmy

Congratulations to AWS, Discovery, Evertz, Fox NE&O, and SDVI on winning a Tech and Engineering Emmy for pioneering public cloud-based linear media supply chains! Read more at TV Technology.

Terminator VFX Breakdown Reel

Slowing down before the holidays? Get fired up with Method Studios' VFX breakdown of the action packed C-5 and helicopter chase from "Terminator: Dark Fate" at beforesandafters.

oscars

We're excited to learn which 20 films are in the running for this year's VFX Oscar! Congrats to all of our clients who contributed their artistry and technology to these amazing films. See the full list at The Hollywood Reporter.

chris on set

VFX veteran Chris Del Conte of AWS Thinkbox shares some great insights with PostPerspective about how cloud-based workflows are transforming the creative process. Check out his thoughts here.

the under presents

Big congrats to our friends at Tender Claws for the launch of their new VR experience, The Under Presents, out now for the Oculus Quest! CNET says "it will blow your mind," and we agree. Read more about it here.

astronauts

AWS and NASA surprised the crowd at SMPTE this week by conducting a live interview with ISS astronauts right from the stage. Visit GeekWire for a recap of how cloud-based workflows can distribute live video streams from space!

sunrise

We enjoyed this lovely sunrise view from Elysian Park at this week's SMPTE 4K 4Charity fun run! All proceeds from the run benefitted Girls Who Code. Always glad to get up early for a good cause!

DGA Digital Day 2019

We had a great time this weekend at DGA Digital Day, where Epic Games' Miles Perkins shared insights on virtual production and real-time technology with members of the guild. Thanks to the DGA for hosting a very informative lineup!

Ad Astra

Method Studios' VFX Supervisor Jedediah Smith gives Wired an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at how they created the moon and lunar rover sequence for 'Ad Astra.' Check out the video here.