Friends, we have news for you!Our team is working on a new animated movie.And here we have already two “delights”, which we would like to tell you about.Well, firstly, the cartoon is about Nelu, a Moldovan astronaut, who will stand out not a good day.But he will handle it, do not worry.
And, secondly, the cartoon will be an absolute breakthrough from a technical point of view.The fact is that the cartoon will be designed for the virtual reality glasses Oculus Rift.This direction (and this is already a direction!) exists for quite a short time, and there are only a few almost-finished projects in the world.In general, we also decided to give it a try!
We are talking about the cartoon only now, but it has been in production long ago.And we plan to release it by the end of 2016.
What is interesting about this project, and why we are so excited about working on it?The fact is that virtual reality glasses are a breakthrough in technology.Thanks to a special device, glasses really blur the boundaries between man-viewer and the characters-actors (this is if we are talking about the cartoons).Visibility in the Oculus Rift is close to normal human vision at the maximum extent, so with the release of these glasses (or helmets), we can safely say that a new era has began for the computer graphics.The era when the audience will simply cease to exist.Do not worry!It’s just that all the spectators will become actors and will be able to participate in the action, which takes place supposedly on the other side of the screen.
In October 2010, the first Moldovan school of computer graphics and animation (Monsters School) opened its doors. A lot of water has flown under the bridge since then. 450 young people received their diplomas and left our school shouting “I’m a Monster!” Some of them stayed at Simpals. No, they are not repeaters. They made
It’s never too late to start drawing, but the sooner you do it, the better.
That’s why shortly before New Year we decided to visit children in the boarding school №3. We were warmly welcomed by the boys and girls, who as it turned out, liked to draw. We asked them to draw a Christmas card.
It’s our hint at the Academy Award=)
In December 2013, our animated film was sent to Nevada (USA)…and…hurray! It won the hearts of the audience=) Nevada International Film Festival was held on December 6-7 2013, and the film “Dji. Death Fails” won the award for Best Comedy.
Not long ago, we received the crystal award, which was