Advanced 3D graphics
The start-up Mobile Media Content and GTI provide Roche a set of 3D scene editing tools which will help Roche to place lab machinery and equipment in hospital and clinic environments, and present interactive 3D visualizations to its clients. The tools developed are based on Unity 3D, and the tools support Roche engineers in the setup and […]
The Web3D conference is a yearly event where the some of best and newest research into to web-based 3D graphics is published. This year, the GTI’s resident graphics expert, Javi Agenjo, won the Best Short Paper award for his paper WebGLStudio: A Pipeline for WebGL Scene Creation. The paper, co-written by Alun Evans and Josep Blat, […]
Noa & Max on Spanish National Television TVE
An interview to the creativeteam behind the animation.
In the frame of the European IMPART project (http://impart.upf.edu/) the GTI is developing a webbased tool that will allow filmmakers to deal with the amount of shooting data generated every day in production. Digital cinema has broadened the creative possibilities but now production crews have to deal with huge amount of data related to a […]
GTI, in collaboration with the Mobile Media Content company, has been developing a 3D visualization project for the Bilbao Athletic Club.
GTI and Everis join forces to deliver Noa & Max – stuck in Electronia, a twelve minutes animated mini-series for teenagers that will approach science and technology in a funny, dynamic and appealing way.The project is funded by the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) and has a 12 months duration. Everis studied how […]
IMPART will research, develop and evaluate intelligent information management solutions for ‘big data’ problems in the field of digital cinema production.
On Tuesday the 28th of June, the GTI were honoured to receive a visit from Professor Jim Foley, currently professor of Georgia Tech and Vice President of SIGGRAPH. This was a particularly special event for the Graphics research sub-group of the GTI, as Jim quite literally “wrote the book” (in fact, several books) on computer […]
The Automatic Sign Language Avatar for Video News is a system of automatic generation of news in sign language (specifically in the International Sign System, SSI), which has been used to report the results of the Barcelona World Race sailing regatta (www.barcelonaworldrace.org). The technological development has been implemented by the GTI Graphics Group, in order to help the deaf community gain greater access to information about the Barcelona World Race.
A demonstration of the possibilities of the satellite distribution was given to directors and productors of digital cinema, in the context of the iMP 7th Framework project dissemination.