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Foundation for open media software development launched
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and The Linux Foundation launched the Academy Software Foundation with Weta Workshop as a founding member.
Weta Workshop opens new mixed reality facility called Weta Gameshop
Weta Workshop has officially opened its newest facility, Weta Gameshop, thought to be the world’s first specialist mixed reality development studio.
Weta, Microsoft and HTC team-up at the Wellington centre for mixed reality
Wellington’s virtual and mixed reality centre, Projectr, has officially opened and it has some major partners...
Week in review: The biggest stories that went down this week on NetGuide
It was a busy week for the NetGuide team. We thought we'd make it easy for you and pick out our highlights of the week in the land of consumer tech.
Weta Workshop’s kickstarter goes off with a bang
“In this world, consumerism is king…it’s not that different from our world today. That’s what we wanted to make fun of.”
Vic Uni and Weta Digital launches computer graphics programme
“Computer graphics is an exciting field that offers students an opportunity to explore both the art and science of creating digital imagery."
Weta Workshop: Bringing breakthrough 'mixed reality' tech to life
Wellington’s Weta Workshop is set to play a pivotal creative role in creating Magic Leap’s Mixed Reality LightfieldTM technology.
ARANZ Geo snags GreenButton founder for board of directors
Christchurch based ARANZ Geo has appointed Scott Houston to its Board of Directors in the hopes of pushing boundaries and expanding into the global market,
Seven things you didn’t know about Arista Networks
We confirm a number of things we didn't know with the networking vendor
The tech behind Weta Digital's success
Visual effects company's CIO talks about ensuring her staff have enough computing power to work their magic.
NetApp’s role in Avatar
<p>Creating a new world for the screen doesn’t come without significant data, and <span style="font-style: italic;">Avatar</span> generated more data than any other movie in history, prompting a need for efficient data storage and management.</p>