Blender Foundation starts work on development projects for feature film




Blender Foundation starts work on development projects for feature film

The Blender Foundation announces a new project called Project Gooseberry. The project is working on a feature film in collaboration with studios and developers and also development tools for Blender developed to achieve this goal. Faster

The creator of Blender, Ton Roosendaal, announced on his blog that he has embarked on a major new project for Blender. The project, called Project Gooseberry bears, involves creating a feature film. For this, enlisted the help of about twelve Blender studios.

Project Gooseberry In the past there have been projects by the Blender Foundation opensource where movies are made, as in 2011, the film Tears of Steel, which also partly included live action, and in 2010 Ember . Each time took about Open Movies project for more developers. Last year it became a Development Fund opened and there were gifts from sponsors, so more people could also be adopted.

Now the whole is greater still addressed. Project Gooseberry need a film cause that just will. premiere 2016 So far the films made ​​of Blender have a maximum length of 15 minutes, while a feature film or feature film, usually takes at least 70 minutes.

To make the film’s enlisted the help of twelve Blender studios and development tasks are prepared, which help to achieve the goal. We are working on content and asset management, including both local and online, with tools for project management, researching and deploying open source cloud, working with other open source tools like GIMP, Krita and Inkscape, and efficient and high quality simulation systems for particle , hair and clothing.

The project receives funding from the European Union. EU Media Fund has approved the money under the program “Open Production Environments. The project will last two years and has certainly got money in 2014, ie 220,000 euros. Funding for 2015 will depend on the progress of the project next year.

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