SIGGRAPH 2005 - Tuesday

deemarie · August 3, 2005 12:00 am

Lil and Jen's Excellent SIGGRAPH Adventures Follow Lil and Jen as they take you on a first-class adventure into this year's SIGGRAPH conference
Day Three ... Tuesday August 2, 2005

  • Lil here again ...
Wow! What a busy and informative day. We met lots of R'Osity friends and partners and saw all kinds of very cool new stuff. We met with Paul Babb and Diana Lee at Maxon, and got the latest information on Cinema 4D and Body Paint 3D. They also gave us a fabulously funny TShirt that said "Practicing Polygonist". LOL!
We met Peggy Walters at the e-on booth.
We stopped by the Digital Tutors booth to say hello. They had fun orange Tshirts and orange jelly beans that matched their booth.
Had the privilege of running into Don McClure at the Digital Element booth. They've got some exciting stuff in the works!
We checked out the e-frontier booth. Looking cool!
The Animation Master by Hash booth.
Our Renderosity Random Act of Kindness for the day...went to Wanda who happily accepted the last Siggraph pass (which was returned to Renderosity at the last minute.) We would like to thank Siggraph for their generosity to the Renderosity community which made the free pass giveaway possible.
We met up with fellow Renderosity members odditorium and Theresa.
More folks just hanging out...
Can you guess which booth this is? We also checked out the NEC booth. Talk about some awesome new monitors. If you want a chance to win a 21.3" NEC MultiSync LCD2180WG LED, the world's first LED-backlist LCD desktop display, go to the following website and register by August 30, 2005.
Be sure to drop in tomorrow to Catch the further Excellent Adventures of ... Lil and Jen The "R'Osity Roving Reporters"

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