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A fresh look at the new visual effects tools used in to create effects for HD television programs: “CSI”, “The Pacific”, and “The Walking Dead”.
A panel discussion about how Universal and other theme parks start with familiar stories from television and film and combine computer graphics with motion, sound, wind, smell and other sensory stimuli to provide audiences with a fully immersive experience.
Where are the opportunities in digital media? What kinds of companies hire digital media talent and what are they looking for? Come hear a panel of front line recruiters and hiring managers who know.
What is the outlook for careers across the digital media spectrum - from artists to technical directors to producers in games, broadcast, television, film and other media "yet to be invented". Hear a panel of hiring managers and veteran recruiters share the inside scoop on where the jobs are ... and where they aren’t.
A panel of employment experts will discuss computer graphics employment prospects in Los Angeles and world-wide. **Note Change in Date**
What is the outlook for careers across the digital media spectrum – from artists to technical directors to producers in VR, games, motion design, film and other media "yet to be invented"? Hear and question a panel of hiring managers and veteran recruiters share the inside scoop on where the jobs are … and where they aren’t.
Moderated by Rob Bredow; artists Josh Mossotti, Kevin Souls, Alessandro Jacomini, and Andy Lomas will share a panel discussing how they approach their work by presenting examples of their lighting techniques.
After the panel, stick around for a technology presentation hosted by Andy Lomas and The Foundry. This is special look at the new lighting environment called KATANA currently in use at Sony Pictures Imageworks, Industrial Light and Magic, and Digital Domain.
LA ACM SIGGRAPH and VES jointly present Color Grading. Reservations are required.
Computer Love: Digital Art in West Hollywood and in conjunction with the exhibition EZTV: Video Transfer, this panel discussion will consider the history of computer art in Southern California and its relationship to digital media and large-scale projection art today. 6:30pm Artist’s Reception followed by the 7:30pm Panel in the West Hollywood Library’s City Council Chambers
What’s the outlook for careers across the digital media spectrum - from artists to technical directors to producers in games, broadcast, television, film and other media “yet to be invented.” Hear a panel of hiring managers and veteran recruiters share the inside scoop on where the jobs are….and where they aren’t.
LA ACM SIGGRAPH presents its 2014 Season Finale - "Digital Cinema at 25". Spend an evening with Professor Thomas Sito, Jim Hillin, and Bonnie MacBird while they discuss where they thought we would be 25 years after Renderman and Terminator II came out; And, how an amazing group of non-conformists, beatniks, hippies, military, eggheads and dreamers created something no one asked them to, and no one wanted, and conquered all our media with it.
Artists who create digital concept art or illustration using exciting techniques and imagery on a widespread scale. Digital illustration has proliferated in society.
Architecture and Entertainment is enabling new 3D technologies and new displays. Using a multi-million dollar public video art project opening in L.A. as a case study, we will explore new public art projects’ mega resolution video installations.
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