We are global production studio specialising in full performance capture and all-purpose character animations for AAA games, movie and advertising productions. As a all in one studio we capture complete character performance: body, face and fingers. Our core expertise is remote motion capture – which is a complete solution covering the entire workflow of character’s animation production from casting, props creation, through performance session to full post-production. With its 60 Vicon cameras and full performance capture equipment, our volume stage is currently one of the largest in Central Europe.
NO FLUFF JOBS
No Fluff Jobs is an innovative IT job board with transparent and comparable job ads with salary brackets. IT people love us.
We are an advertising network that combines traditional competences with a modern approach to planning and conducting online campaigns. We implement them in the programmatic model, using high-quality customer data.
PSX Extreme is the first and largest opinion-forming monthly magazine about console gaming, which has been published continuously since 1997. The magazine is created by known and respected authors for years, who present all the latest news from the world of consoles and console games in an attractive and reliable way. In addition to reviews and announcements, the magazine also includes journalistic articles and columns.
PIXEL monthly is the Polish magazine dedicated to game culture & business. Appears in the number of 35.000 copies and reach gamers, industry professionals, media, investors and others interested in the gamedev sector. Among the reviews of the latest releases and industry news we offer a lot of journalism, interviews with legendary game creators and some retro materials.
Passion and the will to deliver top-notch translations were the impulses that guided the creation of Roboto. With each task treated individually, we always strive to do the best job possible. We conscientiously approach game localisations, film translations, as well as literary translations. We love to play with words, but also value their meaning and creative potential.
WARSAW FILM SCHOOL
Warsaw Film School was founded in 2004 by Polish film director, producer and screenwriter Maciej Ślesicki and one of the country's most popular actors, Bogusław Linda. The academy is a unique film institution, one of three in the country to grant BA diplomas. Warsaw Film School had been active on the market for over ten years and is currently one of the fastest growing film academies in Europe. This allows us to employ a highly qualified, professionally active teaching staff of Polish and international filmmakers and film scholars. We are constantly improving our infrastructure and investing in our campus, the home to School's production facilities and newly-restored Cinema with 35mm, digital and 3D capabilities.
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