RFX BBQ, Music & VR Production Party: featuring NUKE, V-Ray, Deadline, NIM, BaseLight & Sapphire
Please join us at RFX with The Foundry, Chaos Group, Thinkbox, NIM Labs, FilmLight & Genarts on Thursday, June 16th for a BBQ, music, and VR production party. RFX will be reprising our industry BBQs of yore in the courtyard while experts from each company show pipeline interoperability for NUKE/MODO/MARI, V-Ray, Deadline, NIM, Baselight and Sapphire, as well as new features, and VR/AR workflows.
7:00 - Drinks & hors d'oeuvres
7:30 - Quick vendor intros
7:45 - Foundry presentation
8:15 - BBQ
9:00 - Raffle drawing
Come early & stay late: Network with friends & colleagues while you enjoy our tri-tip BBQ, learn from the experts one-on-one, and win free software!
Sponsored by The Foundry, HP & Intel
The Foundry presents NUKE 10 and CARA VR and MODO 10 Series
The Foundry’s Media Production Creative Manager Mariana Acuna will showcase NUKE STUDIO 10’s—featuring enhanced performance, increased stability, and new functionality including the amazing new Smart Vector toolset, real-time keying and color correction on the timeline, and a beta of the new ray trace renderer. She’ll also show you how our CARA VR toolset helps speed up common post-production tasks when working with live-action cinematic 360° VR footage in NUKE. Greg Brown will also be on hand to showcase the latest tools in MODO 10.1.
Lon Grohs from Chaos Group will be on hand to discuss the latest developments in V-Ray, and Justin Denton from Vrse.works will be presenting some recent VR projects, with hands-on demos available.
Thomas Phariss and Conrad Wiebe of Thinkbox Software will discuss new features in Deadline 8, future plans and their pipeline for NUKE, V-Ray, Usage-based licensing, and the hybrid rendering approach allowing customers use cloud resources along with local resources together with permanent and/or usage-based licensing.
Brian McClure & Andrew Sinagra from NIM Labs will be on hand to give an overview of the NIM studio management platform, answer questions, and show workflow demos.
Peter Postma, US Product Manager for FilmLight will demonstrate and answer questions about NUKE and Baselight interoperability and how to color grade a shot with Baselight for NUKE. Features highlighted include color managed VFX workflow & toolset enhancements, round-tripping between compositors and the color suite, free-to-read and render licenses, real-time rendering, and much more.
Chris Boyd and Alex Keown from GenArts will be in attendance to demonstrate Sapphire and answer your pressing questions.
748 Seward St
Hollywood, CA 90038
(parking will be available)
Seats are limited, so be sure to RSVP!
(feel free to bring along whoever you like, just make sure they register too!)