We're looking to the future and need your help! Help shape the future of NUKE by spending 20-30 minutes (depending on how you respond) telling us a little bit about you, but most importantly about what you want to see happen to NUKE's development over the coming years.
This is your chance to directly impact our development plans so don't delay, complete our NUKE futures survey today.
And to say thank you we'll be giving away one copy of NUKE STUDIO! Upon completion of the survey all respondents will be entered into this prize draw. The survey will close at midnight BST on Thursday October 6th.
The Foundry team
NUKE is a node-based digital compositing application developed by The Foundry, and used for film and television post-production. NUKE is available for Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux. NUKE's users include Digital Domain, Walt Disney Animation Studios, DreamWorks Animation, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Sony Pictures Animation, Framestore, Weta Digital and Industrial Light & Magic. NUKE has been used on productions such as Avatar, Mr. Nobody, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, King Kong, Jumper, I, Robot, Resident Evil: Extinction, Tron: Legacy, Alice in Wonderland, Black Swan, The Hobbit, and The Jungle Book.[ci
[Source: wikipedia NUKE entry]
About The Foundry
Established in 1996, The Foundry is a global software company headquartered in London, with offices in Manchester, Los Angeles and Silicon Valley. We make smart software for creative people. But we are so much more than that.
We are not just a technology maker or software seller. We are here to empower artists and designers across the world. We develop tools, technologies and processes that enable them to bring their ideas to life faster and more effectively.
We believe in a world where people can continually raise their creative potential.
We are champions of creativity.
We're proud of what we do at The Foundry and we'd love to tell you more about it, so do get in touch if you're interested in hearing more about how we can help you achieve your goals.