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Reallusion Brings the Future of Animation to New York Comic Con, Booth #329, Oct. 13-16

New York, NY (PRWEB) October 14, 2011

Reallusion, the 2D and 3D animation experts, today unveils iClone5, a new movement in 3D real-time animation powering previz and production with ABCs Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Centrals The Daily Show, indie animators and educators worldwide. See the revolutionary software in action at New York Comic Con, Oct. 13-16, Javits Center, Booth #329.

iClone5 presents breakthrough motion-building technology with multiple motion capture, editing and blending features. Microsoft Kinect for production of real-time motion-capture animation has arrived. iClone5 is the first commercial animation tool to provide revolutionary support for the Kinect device enabling users to create custom motion from their home, office or studio.


In the fast-paced, ‘get it to air now,’ world of broadcast, you need a tool that is intuitive and has a very shallow learning curve. A very simple suite of tools that gets you there with a library of editable assets ready to go. iClone5 and Reallusion are a new staple in the broadcast animators toolbox.

–Vic Fina II, Graphic Animator/Designer, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

The dynamics, the environments, and the fact you can isolate any one element and composite it in another package gives the power of an entire effects studio at the hands of one artist. When I look back on the The Last Starfighter which was the first space movie to do entire CG exteriors, the computer that was used cost 8 million dollars. I bet you could do every fx shot with a $ 1500 computer and a copy of iClone.

–Jesse Griffith, Graphics Artist/Animator, Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Official iClone5 launch trailer:


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