Tuesday, 11 February 2014


Above: The incredible FaceFilter 3!

#Reallusion #CrazyTalk #CrazyTalkAnimator #CrazyTalkAnimator2 #iClone6

Good evening, Synapse Circuit Readers! How are you? I hope that all is well with you and that you are getting on with your ambitious projects! And if you are about to start some new projects then check this out!

Yesterday afternoon at Euston’s finest hotel in London, the Ibis, I met with the Reallusion team – including the amazing John Martin! Be prepared to be wowed!

Whenever Reallusion comes into town you know it’s going to be great news! If I were not wearing shoes my socks would have been knocked off!

Now this is an amazing product! If you saw my review of FaceFilter 2 PRO you’d know that I was super-impressed with it! You didn’t see the review? No worries! FaceFilter is an absolute Godsend for digital photographers of all abilities: From the serious “selfie” photographer to weddings & portraits, digital retouchers and even cosmetic surgeons!

What I saw yesterday was out of this world! Honestly, it was as though the hand of God came from the clouds and put this in the hands of John Martin and the Reallusion team who are going to allow us, dreamheads, to realize our portrait dreams! WOW!

Imagine taking a portrait photo and then taking it into Photoshop for retouching: remove spots, reduce wrinkles, whiten teeth, etc. You and I know that without above average skills the retouching could look very artificial – mine has! Lol! Mind you there are some very good filters in some of the alternatives to Photoshop! However, FaceFilter 3 is the BUSINESS!

The interface has been given an overhaul whereby you can move components to suit the way you work! There are so many new features such as lens filters that can create stunning depth of fields! The make-up and natural skin possibilities are immense!

Review coming soon!

You’ve seen the preview of this groundbreaking animation program!  No? Ok, check it out here:



Yes, you can make androids using Reallusion software but the good news is that CrazyTalk 7 is on the way for the Android mobile platform! Excellent! I have no idea when exactly but it is finally on the way!
Above: ClothPhysics enhancement in iClone 6.
You probably already know that iClone is one of the best 3D animation programs out there! And apart from the asking price, $199.95 (for the pro version, currently 5.5), but the scope of what can be done with it!

The interface promises to be even more productive – and from what I have seen of it, the interface looks like it’s from a £1000-odd 3D program! Gosh!

There’s a new Soft Cloth physics that will allow cloth to move more realistically; it looks like a major improvement!

Direct X11, Nvidia PhysX , Speedtree 7 and Substance will be adopted to create more detailed and faster renderings! Wow!

Excited? I am! But we’ll have to wait until December to be able to see iClone 6 in all its splendour! I can hardly wait!

Visit Reallusion’s website for more info, free training and demo videos:

About Reallusion, Inc.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Reallusion is a leading-edge software developer providing cinematic animation tools for PC, Mac and mobile platforms.  Reallusion’s pioneering storytelling technology excelling at character animation, facial morphing and voice lip-sync allows fast creation of interactive avatars for 3-D real-time filmmaking and previsualization for professional post-production. Their powerful yet easy-to-use tools make character animation accessible to both Mac and PC users of all skill levels. Reallusion’s development of core technologies and growing base of intellectual property firmly establish the company as power among emerging technology innovators, furthering their graphic and imaging embedded kernels to top-brand device manufacturers worldwide. http://www.reallusion.com/

2014 is going to be a fantastic year for Reallusion and YOU when using their products!

Take good care!

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