An animation software startup is launching in New Zealand, and it hopes to become a game changer for movie and TV makers.
Lucid is a free-software, interactive entertainment software company that has been focused on creating animated characters since 2010.
Lucid lets you create your own characters, backgrounds, sounds and music and then upload them to YouTube and other video sites.
You can then play and share your creations on social media, as well as on the Lucid site.
LucidaMatt is one of the company’s founders, and says the company has already built a large audience on YouTube and Instagram.
The Lucid website says it’s the first time the company launched in New York City.
It’s also the first to be in a larger location than it was in 2012, which was a surprise, Lucid cofounder and CEO Jason McBride said.
McBride, who has been a video game developer for more than 10 years, said the company is hoping to build out the platform and expand to other countries as well.
“It’s the biggest opportunity for us that we’ve had since we’ve been in business,” he said.
Lucids creator and cofounder Adam D’Angelo said the goal is to create a free, open-source alternative to traditional software companies.
“We’re trying to democratize the creation of software that people are going to want to use,” he told The Post.
“There’s a lot of pressure for people to get into the software business.
And so I think it’s important to think outside the box.
It just feels really good to be a part of something like this, to have a chance to create something that’s different and original.”
Lucid said it was inspired by the idea of creating an app to make movies.
“That’s a huge challenge that software companies face,” D’Alessandro said.
“It’s hard to make a movie because there are so many restrictions.
It takes a long time to make the movie.
You have to put together all these characters and backgrounds, and you can’t just make the script and let it do its thing.”
The idea is to allow anyone to create characters, make sounds, and animate.
LucidoMatt’s first video, which is already viewed more than 5 million times, is called The Power of One.
The clip was created by a group of students from the University of Washington.
LucidiMatt is developing software that will be used in many movies and television shows, including The Simpsons and The Wire, according to LucidoMatt cofounder Brandon Kestner.
Kestner said the software could be used to create animations for TV shows like Arrested Development, the upcoming The Walking Dead and, perhaps, for movies like the upcoming Avengers movie.
LucidityMatt is also looking into the use of Lucid in games.
The company plans to offer free software to developers in the coming months.
In a press release, Lucido Matt said it’s aiming to offer the tools and the tools will be made available to anyone who wants to create their own animated characters.
“For the first 30 days of this launch, we are giving away 100,000 free licenses, but we will continue to grow our community through giveaways and promotions,” the company said.
“The most important thing for us is to keep the creative community engaged and the content available.”
Lucido Matt also said it will provide software developers with a way to build apps for the Oculus Rift, a virtual reality headset.
“Over the coming weeks, we will be launching an app for the Rift that will allow you to create apps using the software we are creating for the Lucids,” Lucido Matte said.