cebas Visual Technology Inc is a privately held software company founded in 1988 in Heidelberg, Germany, and now headquartered in Victoria, BC, Canada. It employs developers and other personnel in Australia, Germany, Russia and Canada.
The company’s advanced tools allow users to achieve realistic and compelling visual effects that are scientifically accurate and engineered entirely based on physics.Industries
Cebas 3D modeling, animation, rendering and VFX software is used in feature length motion pictures, video games, television shows and commercials, as well as for architecture / construction / engineering (ACE) and design visualization, and other industries in which both static and / or animated photo-realism is required.Major Motion Pictures & Video Games
Cebas software drives critical VFX (visual effects) scenes in major recent motion pictures such as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I and II, Transformers 3D,Green Lantern,Thor 3D, 2012, Alice in Wonderland, Sucker Punch, The Chronicles of Narnia -- The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Last Air Bender, GI Joe, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Nightmare on Elm Street, Jonah Hex, Iron Man 2, Spider-Man 3 and many others.
Major game titles in which cebas products were used include Classic Transformers, Command and Conquer, Diablo, MX vs. ATV, Star Craft, Tomb Raider, and Wolfenstein.Products & Services
Cebas technologies are sometimes custom developed for major motion pictures aiming to dazzle their audiences with the latest in special effects. Cebas tools run on software from Autodesk, which has been incorporating cebas technology into their offerings for many years. They add significant functionality, productivity, and creativity to Autodesk products. In addition to its high-speed rendering engine, cebas offers illustration, character animation, and particle effects tools, as well as visualization utilities.
Cebas provides 3D scanning services and leverages its custom software development for advanced VFX and visualization projects such as; 2D to 3D Stereo conversion of motion pictures. This technology was pioneered in the latest Narnia picture and is currently being applied to convert the entire Harry Potter series to 3D Stereo.
Channels of Distribution
The company sells directly from its website to a worldwide customer base, has distributors in India, Japan, Russia and Taiwan, and maintains a network of more than 60 qualified resellers across Europe, the Americas, and Asia.
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