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In October 2013, xRez Studio was contracted by Autodesk to capture spectacular landscape features of our choosing to be used for content promoting an upcoming launch of Maya 2015.

 

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In winter of 2011, xRez partner Eric Hanson spoke at the Hiroshima Peace Museum at a conference on utilizing digital media toward peace education.

 

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Antelope Canyon is one of the most remarkable natural features in the Colorado Plateau, but is heavily photographed and takes little skill to derive an astounding image. 

 

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We love Yosemite and have found a few new ways to experience it in gigapixel on the iPad and Oculus Rift!

 

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xRez was contracted by Day’s End Pictures to shoot stereoscopic time-lapse sequences for the National Geographic IMAX production of “Mysteries of the Unseen World“.

 

reels_banner03We have 3 new showreels up for 2013 for Motion, VFX, and Fulldome. Come take a peek.

 

babbage_banner02In July of 2012 xRez Studio was contracted to shoot a unique “close up” gigapixel image of the Babbage Difference Engine  at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

 

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xRez Studio’s Eric Hanson has completed an experimental film collaboration with SETI artist-in-residence artist Charles Lindsay, entitled CARBON-X.