Autodesk Exhibits at SIGGRAPH Asia 2008
Created 12/10/2008 - 00:00
Autodesk, Inc. will be exhibiting at SIGGRAPH Asia conference and exhibition, held in Singapore, Dec. 10-13, 2008. The inaugural conference is expected to be the region's largest computer graphics event.
Autodesk will offer English, Korean and Chinese product demonstrations and client presentations at its booth (#H01).The company will also be hosting a variety of education-focused events, as well as launching the Autodesk Professional Excellence (APEX) program for instructors. Live-streaming of booth presentations, daily blog entries and more is available through "Virtual SIGGRAPH Asia", hosted on Autodesk's community website - the AREA.
"SIGGRAPH Asia will bring the leaders of this thriving market together to discuss and share technologies that will enable the digital entertainment of the future," said Marc Petit, Autodesk Media & Entertainment, SVP. "Digital media in Asia Pacific is one of the fastest-growing economic sectors in the world. Autodesk will demonstrate how its solutions are driving the change from highly technical to more creative processes, and enabling artists to experiment freely and better express their ideas."
Product Demonstrations and Client Presentations:
Every day at Booth #H01, Autodesk will demonstrate its software for films, games, television, and design visualization, including:
-- Autodesk 3ds Max 2009 and Autodesk 3ds Max Design 2009 modeling,
animation and rendering software
-- Autodesk Lustre 2009 digital color grading system
-- Autodesk Maya 2009 modeling, animation and rendering software
-- Autodesk MotionBuilder 2009 real-time character animation software
-- Autodesk Mudbox 2009 digital sculpting software
-- Autodesk Toxik 2009 interactive, collaborative compositing software
-- Softimage|XSI version 7.01 modeling, animation and rendering software
SIGGRAPH Asia attendees can also watch daily client presentations, which will demonstrate how Autodesk software was used to create high-profile projects. Client presenters will include Lucasfilm Animation, Electronic Arts, Rising Sun Pictures and Infinite Frameworks.