We've got 133 reasons for you to check out the newly revamped Mixamo Character Collection. And 24 of those reasons happen to be fine-looking, four-legged (and some winged) friends.
October 9, 2014 at 9:30 AM
What would it be like if your involuntary eye blinks were the "controller's" of your game play experience? Close Your, a game that uses Mixamo’s motions and Face Plus, explores just that. Oh, and the game was recently featured as an official Indiecade selection. No big deal...
Rather than a “game”, the development team prefers to call Close Your a short interactive experience. The experience explores the protagonist’s struggle with memory loss by hopping around to various periods of life. This includes birthday parties, wedding anniversaries, the college years, and more. The out-of-order storyline leads the player through a tangled mess of bittersweet nostalgia.
October 7, 2014 at 7:00 AM
Did you ever hope and dream about a day when you could easily generate 3D characters to use right inside Photoshop with stunning 2D backdrops? Well, your waiting is over because with the release of Adobe Photoshop CC 2014, you can use Fuse with the Mixamo pipeline and your 2D to 3D dreams can blend together into reality.
October 2, 2014 at 12:44 PM
What drives TinyKeep creator and programmer Phi Dinh to bring his action-adventure RPG game to life with minimal resources while working a full-time job? We talked to him about the inspiration behind the tiny studio and what it took to publish their game on Steam this week (hint, he speeds up his animation pipeline with the Unity-Mixamo plugin...).
September 25, 2014 at 5:30 PM
The Repopulation, a game that has Mixamo heavily implemented into its production pipeline, is picking up enormous heaps of attention. Taking place on the fictional planet of Rhyldan, the last known human population fights for existence in the new sandbox MMORPG. The game has raised $132,000 (so far) in its crowdfunding, nearly tripling the anticipated amount of money that was requested.
With various factions and hostile, indigenous life forms inhabiting the planet, the player is able to follow any storyline that they please. While one may choose to make their protagonist a rifle-wielding train of brutality, it is also possible for the player to experience the world using diplomatic, crafting, and passive abilities.