We are lining up a number of interesting speakers and cases that show the future of 3D – technically and creatively.
At a spectacular full-day conference we will among other things focus on new types of rendering and computer vision and also demonstrate a brand new plugin for Autodesk Maya.
Please visit the Alexandra Institute for more information and registration.
|10:20-11:00:||Physical simulation from water to hyper elastic objects
Sune Darkner, Assistant professor, DIKU
|11:00-11:30:||Fast and accurate rendering of translucent material – finally grape fruits and potatoes look nice
Jeppe R. Frisvad, associate professor, DTU, Toshiya Hachisuka, assistant professor, Aarhus University, and Thomas Kim Kjeldsen, Research and innovation specialist, the Alexandra Institute
|11:30-12:00:||Superfast 3D object scanning with structured light
Jakob Wilm, PhD student, DTU
|12:45-13:30:||Elementacular – a new generation of Maya plugin for interactive modelling and instant visualization of volumetric clouds and rocks
Christian Esbo Agergaard, Technical Director, Sunday Studio, and Jesper Børlum, Research and innovation specialist, the Alexandra Institute
|13:30-14:15:||3D object scanning and augmentation
Prof. Dr. Didier Stricker, Augmented Vision, DFKI
|14:45-15:15:||Behind the animation short: “Rob ‘n’ Ron”
Peter Smith and Lars Ellingbø, Tumblehead
Please note that the programme will be continuously updated.