Tuesday January 21, 2020

High hopes for an animated future in film

Watching the Late Late Toy Show in 2007,Diarmuid Brennan’s son, Matthew, then aged 12, complained that there weren’t very many toys for children his age.

19th December, 2009

Watching the Late Late Toy Show in 2007,Diarmuid Brennan’s son, Matthew, then aged 12, complained that there weren’t very many toys for children his age.

Diarmuid, who has a degree in engineering and a Masters in computing, had always wanted to develop a product, so he looked to his son’s animation hobby for inspiration. He founded IKIT Systems, which has developed a stop-motion animation program called IKIT Movie.

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