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Date: 2009-08-18
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C4D4AE: A simple graphic element with mograph
Easy ways to create some movement in screens using clones
There are many ways to create some little elements that go into radar screens and control panels, but when you need to design something that matches a defined or described function - then you might find some really simple solutions in CINEMA4D's mograph tools. This 5min video tutorial walks you through the basics. What you do with those tools can take a little longer.
Dutch TV-technology positions Intel to enable broadcasters to deliver next-generation TV services
First CE products available to consumers before XMas
Last week, British interactive service provider, Miniweb, announced a collaboration with Dutch based Metrological Media Innovations and Intel.

Free Apps that make your Mac go Zing!
There is a lot of noise about the apps you can get for your iPhone. But what about the Mac, the system that got most Cocoa developers excited? Well, you are in luck. There are thousands of applications for the Macintosh. Some of the best are small and free. In this article you will get review the best of the free applications on the market.
Round-up of USB mics
For many people, connecting and recording mics is too complicated. They have a simple question: "Why can't I just plug a microphone right into my computer like a mouse?" Well, the industry listened and responded with a bevy of USB-based mics that are, for the most part, plug and play.
Autodesk's Mudbox 2009
Let's all play in the Mudbox
The world of 3D design and animation has always had a "what came first, the chicken or the egg" mentality. What I mean by that is when it comes to someone getting into the world of 3D animation, normally (not all the time), they are either strong at the computer/technical aspect, or strong in (classical) animation, and they end up having to bulk up on either one or the other.

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