MAXON To Showcase CINEMA 4D 3D Software Solutions at HOW Design Conference
June 10, 2012 9:31 pm
Motion Graphics Design Visionary Colin Evoy Sebestyen and HOW Conference Session Speaker to Illustrate Versatility of the CINEMA 4D Software Package in Cross-Disciplinary Design Projects
MAXON is heading to the HOW Design Conference, the preeminent creative and business resource event that unites graphic designers, freelancers and creative team members to discover new trends and technologies that inspire creativity and innovation and promote productivity. Sponsored by HOW Magazine, the conference takes place in Boston from June 21 – 25.
As a HOW Design Conference exhibitor, MAXON (booth #327) will showcase the power and versatility of its award winning CINEMA 4D software. Used around the world by today’s most accomplished design professionals involved in print illustration, motion graphics and film/video/game design, CINEMA 4D is among the most sought after 3D content creation solutions providing artists the ability to produce fantastic images and animations quickly and easily for the constantly expanding world of media. Whether designing for print, web, live productions, broadcast television, mobile apps, feature films or video games, the adoption of 3D motion graphics to create visually engaging animated designs continues, and is here to stay.
At the MAXON Booth
Conference attendees and members of the press are encouraged to stop by the MAXON exhibitor booth #327 to see demos illustrating the incredible ease with which the CINEMA 4D 2D/3D workflow sparks creativity and enables artists to quickly move from concept to motion. Mathias Omotola, marketing team member at MAXON, will also be on hand to reveal the company’s newly re-launched education and training website, Cineversity, featuring more than 2000 tutorials and an abundance of resources to help and inspire anyone involved in 3D design creation get the most from CINEMA 4D and the latest 3D trends.
Session with Creative Visionary – Colin Evoy
MAXON is also pleased to participate as a HOW Conference session sponsor. Guest presenter Colin Evoy Sebestyen, principal at Movecraft and a designer, animator and educator based out of San Francisco, will lead a session entitled, “Designing with Space, Time, and Type Using CINEMA 4D. [Session details: Saturday, June 23rd from 2:00 – 3:15]
Sebestyen is an instructor of animation and new media at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco and an adjunct professor of graphic design at California College of the Arts. He has produced motion graphics for a wide range of applications: interactive, broadcast, environmental, and presentation. His credits include motion specialist contributions to Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" presentation, and Apple Inc's keynotes and production of video content for artists as diverse as Bjork, Aesop Rock, Snoop Dogg, and Edison.
MAXON Booth Location
The MAXON booth, #327, at the HOW Design Conference, is located at :
Hynes Convention Center (Exhibit Hall A)
900 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02115
For maps and directions click here: http://advantageboston.com/boston/maps-and-directions.aspx
Exhibit Hall Hours
Friday, June 22 -- 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm (Exhibit Hall Opening Reception)
Saturday, June 23 -- 8:00 am to 9:00 am / 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm / 5:00 pm -- 6:30 pm
Sunday, June 24 -- 8:00 am to 9:00 am / 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Be sure to check out the following CINEMA 4D related links on Renderosity:
- Renderosity's CINEMA 4D Community
- CINEMA 4D products in the Renderosity Marketplace
- Ricky Grove's CINEMA 4D Review
- Sergio Rosa's CINEMA 4D Review
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