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Chaos Group Sets Total Chaos Event for 3D Artists and Developers

V-Ray developers organize event dedicated to the future of rendering.

SOFIA, BULGARIA -- This May, Chaos Group invites rendering enthusiasts from around the world to Total Chaos -- a new event dedicated to the art, science and technology of computer graphics.

Total Chaos will be held May 18-19 in Sofia, Bulgaria, and brings together experts from architectural visualization, automotive design, games and visual effects for two days of tech previews, product launches and masterclasses.

Early-bird tickets are available now.

Born from Chaos Group's yearly CG² events, Total Chaos provides a shared space for 3D artists and developers to connect and grow, as they explore rendering from a variety of angles. Using the event’s three tracks -- art, craft, code -- attendees can build a schedule that reflects their interests, whether that means learning from their peers, trying out new tech or watching an exclusive presentation.

Total Chaos launches with 25 speakers, including renowned artists and technology experts from Porsche, Brick Visual, Blur, Method Studios and Nurulize. In addition to a series of presentations, Total Chaos is set to host several hands-on workshops and masterclasses, taught by creatives who can dive deep into their production workflows and teach their tricks to a select audience. Class sizes are limited, so interested parties are encouraged to act quickly.

During a series of special talks, the teams behind V-Ray and Corona will show off their latest innovations, including new features and technology. With recent advances to AI, GPU, cloud and real-time rendering, lead developers Vlado Koylazov and Ondřej Karlik will present their ideas on the future of rendering.

“We’re excited to host Total Chaos and open it to a worldwide audience. Bringing artists and developers together in one place will provide a unique opportunity to talk about the art and technology of computer graphics. It’s a chance to share ideas and get inspired,” said Koylazov, CTO and co-founder of Chaos Group.

Source: Chaos Group

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