Industry luminiaries to present the latest in ground breaking stero 3D technologies and techniques.
Stereo post-production overview including capture, stereo compositing, stereo editing and stereo conversion.
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Los Angeles, California, USA – January 25, 2011 – The Los Angeles Professional Chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH presents "Stereo 3D Essentials: Capture to Conversion." Four key subjects will be covered - stereo capture, stereo editing, stereo compositing, and stereo 3D conversion. Featured speakers are: James Neihouse, IMAX stereographer and DP; Steve Wright, 20 year VFX veteran and master Nuke trainer; and Jonathan Karafin, Director of Production Operations for Digital Domain's new stereography department in Florida.
The award winning IMAX cinematographer James Neihouse will start the evening by presenting the theory of stereo filmmaking to build an understanding of the process and terminology. He will describe the filming process, then follow up with the issues involved with editing stereo. Steve Wright, 20 year veteran of VFX compositing, will demonstrate stereo compositing for visual effects using Nuke, then a tour of Ocula, The Foundry's tool kit for fixing problems encountered with capturing stereo footage. Jonathan Karafin, from Digital Domain's 3D stereo conversion facility in Florida will share his years of experience at converting 2D features to 3D. The moderator, Marty Shindler, a leading business and financial consultant for the entertainment industry will share his perspectives on the future business climate and current job opportunities.
A drawing will be held for over $ 6,000.00 worth of software and other prizes. Among the Sponsors who underwrote the cost of this event or provided prizes are: Ballistic Media, Focal Press, Imagineer Systems, IMAX, Lynda.com, RFX, and The Foundry.
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ABOUT THE LOS ANGELES PROFESSIONAL CHAPTER OF ACM SIGGRAPH:
L.A. SIGGRAPH is a Professional Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group in Computer Graphics, serving the Los Angeles area. Organized and operating exclusively for educational and scientific purposes relating to the field of computer graphics, L.A. SIGGRAPH is a non-profit organization, run by volunteers. Officially chartered in September, 1991, L.A. SIGGRAPH has provided a forum for members to meet regularly, share their work, and exchange ideas. The monthly newsletter Dimension reaches over 1300 members, providing information about upcoming meetings, events, and job opportunities. L.A. SIGGRAPH received the 1995 Professional Chapter of Excellence Award from ACM.
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