RenderMan 22: Incredible Developments by Pixar Animation Studios

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Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 2:15pm - 4:00pm
Venue: G409 (4F, Glass Building)

Summary: Come see amazing technology from Pixar, including a live demonstration of the interactive rendering in the latest version of RenderMan 22 and a showcase of lighting techniques used on Incredibles 2. Pixar’s, Dylan Sisson, will present cutting-edge features for lighting and look development, while also showing how RenderMan can be used across the entire VFX pipeline, from modeling and layout, all the way through to compositing. This year we also celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Pixar's RenderMan, so you'll learn how RenderMan has continuously evolved over the years, and also how RenderMan can deliver exceptional quality for any sized production. You'll also find out how easy it is to use RenderMan on your own projects, and how free Non-Commercial RenderMan makes evaluations simple. Come check out the latest developments, and a few lucky folks will leave with the original RenderMan Walking Teapot from 2003!

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Author(s)/Speaker(s) Bio:
Dylan Sisson is a technical artist with over 20 years of experience in animation and VFX. Dylan joined the RenderMan Products Group at Pixar Animation Studios in 1999, where he has been engaged in the development and evangelization of Pixar's RenderMan. Prior to Pixar, Dylan started his career creating animation and VFX for games and commercials. Today he is an active artist, and the creator of several award-winning independent animated shorts. Dylan is also the creator of Pixar's RenderMan Walking Teapot.



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