The Foundry’s 2016 Showreel

The Foundry’s 2016 showreel features amazing work created by some of our very talented customers over the past year. As always, we would like to say a huge thanks to them all for making us look good!

The Foundry’s 2016 Showreel features amazing work created by some of our very talented customers over the past year. As always, we would like to say a huge thanks to them all for making us look good!

All of the projects featured were made with the use of one or more products from our portfolio: NUKE STUDIO, NUKE, MARI, MODO and KATANA.

All of the projects featured were made with the use of one or more products from our portfolio: NUKE STUDIO, NUKE, MARI, MODO and KATANA. Visit our product page to check out all of our software solutions in more detail: http://ow.ly/4mPSdc

Foundry was founded in 1996, by Bruno Nicoletti, with Simon Robinson joining soon afterwards.

In 2007, software developers Bill Collis, Simon Robinson, and Ben Kent from Foundry, in association with Anil Kokaram from Trinity College Dublin won a Scientific and Technical Award from the Academy Awards (Oscars) for the design and development of The Furnace, an integrated suite of software tools that provides temporal coherence for enhancing visual effects in motion picture sequences with high robustness, modularity and flexibility.

Foundry had its origins in plug-in development, and its first product was the Tinder (and later Tinderbox) plugins. This business was sold to GenArts in 2010. It continues to sell the Furnace motion-estimation based plugins, which won an Academy Scientific and Technical Award in 2006 Other plugins include Ocula, a set of tools for stereoscopic post-processing; Keylight, a keyer; RollingShutter, which reduces CMOS artefact distortion; CameraTracker; and Kronos.

Music by Scott Nixon @ SNM facebook.com/ScottNixonOfficial soundcloud.com/scottnixonmusic
Edited by Matthew McKinnon EditMSM.onfabrik.com


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