Check it out! Psyop’s work on “The Defector: Escape from North Korea” with Fathom Film’s Director Ann Shin and Jam3 won the Digi Award for Best in Cross-Platform Non-Fiction!
Yesterday, Psyop Games launched “Nightmare: Malaria,” an original game designed for iOS and Android.
Spreading happiness one frame at a time takes some serious planning.
Psyop, Ogilvy and Bossa came together for Coca-Cola in “Put On A Smile: The Wearable Movie,” an animated film about two friends (and their faithful dog) who attempt to turn a frown upside down.
Last month, Psyop Creative Technologist Brian Kehrer tore it up at Unite (Unity’s premier developer’s conference) and talked about gaming, how games should (and should not) be made and how the wildly famous Guns of Icarus Online was created.
Psyop got a sneak peak a few months back when Kehrer presented for the Psyop Real-time Chat Series. But just in case you couldn’t make the trip to Canada, his Unite talk is below.
Please view with caution – many minds have been blown.
*to this day, “Guns of Icarus” remains one of the largest IPs ever created using Unity.
“It was a great chance to revisit and share all of the hard lessons I’ve learned,” noted Kehrer. “I wished I could have talked about the amazing projects we’re currently developing at Psyop, but that will have to wait until next year.”
Psyop rocked Iceland. End of story.
Missed last night’s talk? Here’s what went down.
Slanted Studios‘ Michelle Higa Fox gave the DL on TouchDesigner, the the cutting edge, node-based programming environment optimized for real-time graphics.
Check it! Today, Psyop was awarded the FWA Site of the Day for the Mountain Dew “Portraits.”
A few weeks ago, Psyop’s Lilit Hayrapetyan took her place as one of eight judges chosen to preside over 2013 Adobe Design Achievement Awards in San Jose, CA.