Check out the 2013 RTL! trailer featuring some of the mind-blowing presentations from last years show, including Square Enix, AMD, BeautyPi and NaughtyDog.
Be a part of the show!
Every year since it’s inception, RTL! has featured technology from independent artists and engineers alongside products from billion dollar companies; it’s the diversity and quality of content that makes the show unique. Don’t delay if you’re considering submitting; only one week left.
This years SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival comes to the Bay via the SIGGRAPH San Francisco chapter. It will be hosted on Friday 7th December at the Adobe offices in town. For more information or to reserve tickets check out the chapter website.
Catching the hilights of the largest Computer Graphics festival in the world – a steal at just $5 (students and members) or $10 (non-members). Hope to see you there!
Okay, so I’m a little sad to be handing this amazing program off. Real-Time Live! has been an incredible part of SIGGRAPH to be involved with, from technical and show direction, through marketing, jurying, content outreach, logistics, donations, hardware, branding and social media. Not to mention the awesome people I got to work with.
The program was set in motion by Evan Hirsch at SIGGRAPH 2009 as an original, twenty-minute pre-show for the Computer Animation Festival. This year Continue reading →
SIGGRAPH Real-Time Live! is the première showcase for the latest trends and techniques for pushing the boundaries of interactive visuals. A series of 10 international jury-selected submissions will be presented in a fast-paced, 90-minute show of cutting-edge, aesthetically stimulating real-time work at SIGGRAPH 2012, 5-9 August at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
The diverse show includes breakdowns of an audio-driven procedural graphics engine, an augmented reality gesture-based control solution from NYU/MIT, proprietary and commercial rendering engines, and a number of cutting-edge unreleased games titles.
SIGGRAPH 2012, 5-9 August at the Los Angeles Convention Center, announces the Computer Animation Festival’s Best in Show, Jury Award, Best Student Project, and Well Told Fable Prize recipients. A total of 94 films will be shown during the Computer Animation Festival. Nominees were chosen by an expert panel of jury members from 601 submissions representing 43 countries.
BEST IN SHOW AWARD Réflexion Directed by Yoshimichi Tamura, PlanKtoon; France In a boutique in Paris, Louise looks at her reflection in the surrounding mirrors. Tonight, she has a rendezvous with Jules, her fiancé. Suddenly she notices that she’s late, and goes off in great haste to her flat to get ready. Réflexion is a description of women’s concerns about the way they look. (Trailer. Article).
JURY AWARD How To Eat Your Apple Directed by Erick Oh, Independent; USA Here is a delicious apple. How would you eat it? (Trailer).
Okay, so there’s no gameplay here – but who cares. According to Hashimoto-san this is running on a single GTX680. However much horsepower is behind it, it’s damn impressive.
If you want to find out more, this piece running in the Luminous Engine is one of a number of exclusive,behind-the-scenes breakdowns which will be presented live on-stage at SIGGRAPH Real-Time Live! in August. Come see it for yourself.
Real-Time Live! is the premiere showcase to share your latest project. Last year saw an amazing line-up including recent projects from Criterion/EA, NVidia, Geomerics, Digital Artforms, Microsoft, Aki Rodic’s solo SCAD project and more. We encourage diversity; any interactive, real-time submissions are accepted. Come join the show in LA this year; Real-Time Live! @ Sggraph 2012.