Digital Domain to Launch a New Office in Montreal
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Hurry up and get it on the store - I need it for a project ;-)

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All characters look so artificial...all movements of characters are unnatural :( CG industry has traveled by so many years of 3D development in all possible ways and all characters in animations looks still like puppets:(

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Digital Domain to Launch a New Office in Montreal
16 December, 2018

Digital Domain, a well-known studio focused on visual effects and immersive experiences, revealed that they’re launching a new location in Montreal and it’s the company’s ninth location around the world.

Have a look at the Digital Domain’s 25th-anniversary video of the popular movies they’ve contributed to over the years:

The studio has other offices in Los Angeles, Vancouver, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Taipei and Hyderabad. The Montreal office is a way to celebrate the studio’s 25th anniversary.

Digital Domain first opened its doors in 1993 and now operates in North America, Greater China and India with a team of award-winning supervisors, artists, technicians and R&D teams.

Digital Domain Montreal is said to launch in the Plateau Mont-Royal neighbourhood starting March 1, 2019.

“Montréal is fueled by creativity and innovation, and was an obvious choice for the next studio location for Digital Domain,” pointed out Daniel Seah, Executive Director and CEO, Digital Domain. “Given the strong animation and visual effects talent pool in Montréal, we are stacking the deck to make this studio location an attractive offering to partners, moulding the future of Digital Domain.”

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