PNY Technologies sponsors “Best Short” category
Founded in 1985, PNY has manufactured quality computer components for over 25 years; the company represents a real success story of a company leading the American, European and Asian computing markets.
PNY has a long history of providing designers, engineers, researchers and visualization clients with cutting-edge NVIDIA® QUADRO® and TESLA™ solutions. PNY understands the needs of its professional graphics clients, offering professional technical support and a constant commitment to customer satisfaction.
“For over 10 years, PNY has been represented as sponsor and exhibitor at animago. For us, it’s the perfect possibility to present our latest products and talk to our users to receive valued feedback. Once again we will support animago in the category ‘Best Short’. This category has been and still is one of my highlights of the event. We’re thrilled to hand over the award for a first-class project to the deserving artists.” says Manfred Pieper, Field Marketing Manager Central & North EuropePNY Technologies.
The NVIDIA QUADRO based graphics boards from PNY are the most powerful, feature-rich family of high performance boards available to the professional community. Certified for all major CAD/CAM and DCC applications they deliver unmatched power to maximize your productivity.
The NVIDIA TESLA based GPU Computing solutions from PNY are designed from the ground up for high performance computing (HPC).
Headquartered in New Jersey (USA), and Bordeaux (France) for the European headquarter, PNY maintains facilities in North America, EMEA and Asia.
Making-Of: Best Short Winner 2016 “Uncanny Valley”
In 2015, the short film “Shave It” from the Argentinean studio 3dar was one of many projects in competition for that year’s animago AWARDS. In 2016, not only did the team at 3dar receive another nomination – this time for their short film “Uncanny Valley” – they also went home with the prize for Best Short Film! The animago jury gave the award to this almost ten-minute work in recognition of its strong storytelling with a touch of documentary flavour. The jury was also impressed with the film’s effects, which were made on a zero budget, seeing as the project was a private 3dar endeavour.