Category Archives: Cinema

  SpeedTree is at SIGGRAPH this year in booth #346 in Anaheim, California to showcase our Emmy and Sci/Tech Academy Award winning technology. SpeedTree has been featured in some of the biggest movies of the past year including Star Wars, The Jungle book, and Captain America: Civil War.  Trees will also be taking the the Dancing […]

Image Engine has released their submission for ‘Outstanding Created Environment in a Photoreal Feature’ for the 14th annual VES awards, featuring their work in Jurassic World. In breaking down the environment the video describes how SpeedTree Cinema fits into their workflow as they recreated the jungles of Isla Nublar. The team used SpeedTree to create digital plant life to blend […]

Straightface Studio and the Pacific Northwest Ballet Sometimes SpeedTree shows up in where you least expect, such as a performance of the Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” by the Pacific Northwest Ballet. Straightface Studio livened up the overture by creating an animated intro to set the stage (pun intended) for the performance. We were honored to be […]

SpeedTree at Sea A top end-of-year oscar contenders, In The Heart of The Sea is making a splash at theatres today and features SpeedTree technology.  Although as the title suggests, much of the movie takes place in the oceans off the coast of South America,  Rodeo VFX used Academy Award winning SpeedTree Cinema for the moments […]

We’re celebrating CyberMonday with a heaping serving of a discount on our entire store!  Use the coupon code below at checkout to grab a 20% discount off of all our trees and tree packages. Sale ends tonight (11/30/15) at midnight est! SPEEDTREECYBERMONDAY2015 This includes favorites such as our Hero Tree Package, which is perfect for Arch/Viz […]

Three major films this October feature our Emmy and Academy Award-winning SpeedTree technology to bring vivid new worlds to life. Crimson Peak Guillermo Del Toro’s films can be separated into two categories, the English language monster flicks (Hellboy, Pacific Rim), and his more serious foreign films (Pans Labyrinth, Devils Backbone, Cronos) that tend carefully explore […]

San Andreas centers around the eponymous California faultline and the earthquakes triggered by a massive tectonic shift.  What follows the earthquake and its aftershocks is wide-spread destruction, tsunamis, falling skyscrapers, Dwayne Johnson using various land/air/sea vehicles to rescue his family, and of course a veritable boatload of technology to bringing it to life on the […]