Deakin's new Bachelor of Creative Arts (Animation and Motion Capture) has just been announced, with first intake for 2013.
This new degree combines traditional 2D animation, CG and 3D techniques, and the power of motion capture to create sensational animated movement for games, film and video. More info at deakin.edu.au/future-students/courses/course.php .
Apply through VTAC for 2013 entry www.vtac.edu.au/read more
Deakin University's Thinker in Residence program brings leading researchers from all over the world to work with our research groups to engage, develop and invigorate our research community. Next week the Deakin Motion.Lab welcomes Garry Stewart as Thinker in Residence.
Deakin HDR student Gorkem Acaroglu wins the prestigious Australia Council Inter-Arts 2012-2013 Artlab, with MIXED REALITY PERFORMANCE LAB: CROSS-DISCIPLINARY RESEARCH LABS EXPLORING THE USE OF LIVE INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN DRAMATIC THEATRE. The project is jointly hosted by the Deakin Motion.Lab and the Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.read more
UK artists Ruth Gibson & Bruno Martelli will be resident at Deakin Motion.Lab during July & August 2012 as a part of the ARC Discovery Project Building Innovative Capacity in Australian Dance.read more
The Deakin Motion.Lab was contracted by Alt.vfx to provide the motion capture data for 7UP's newest commercial, a dance-off between Bollywood star Sharman Joshi and a virtual penguin. The role of the penguin was choreographed and performed by Simon Lind, known for his performance as the lead penguin in Happy Feet – Mumble.read more
Alt.vfx takes home the First Place Golden Statuette (Visual Effects/Television) in the 2011 Mobius Awards, for their "Nocturnal Migration" commercial. The clever use of motion capture technology mixed with live-action footage of deer roaming the streets of Auckland, has become a worldwide smash hit.read more
The Deakin Motion.Lab team is proud to announce their first project involving a semi-wild quadruped – a deer used in the newest television campaign for Tooheys Extra Dry.read more
ABC's TV show dedicated to video games, Good Game Spawn Point, met up with the Motion.Lab crew for a chat and some motion capture madness.read more
A wonderful review from The Age of Megan Beckwith and Steph Hutchison's fringe festival performance.read more