Celebrating the company’s 25th anniversary, the online sessions will feature a peek at future product releases and innovations, including Nuke, Kitana, and Flix, as well as a look back at defining moments from the last quarter-century; registration is now open.
Foundry, a developer of creative software for the media and entertainment, and digital design industries, has announced the return of Foundry Live. Running September 21-29, the online event coincides with the celebration of the company’s 25-year milestone and will include a look back at defining moments over the last quarter-century as well as a look towards the future of the creative industries.
The program will feature sneak peeks of Foundry’s product releases and innovations as well as insights into improving workflows.
“We think the best way to celebrate Foundry’s 25th Anniversary is to showcase how our teams are continuing to innovate, working closely with artists to overcome the toughest creative obstacles in our industry,” shared Foundry chief product officer Christy Anzelmo. “Our teams have done some great work this year with much more to come, and we can’t wait to share it with you.”
Here is a schedule for the upcoming Foundry Live:
Preview of Mari 5.0 and Katana 5.0 - September 21, 2021
Join Foundry’s look development and lighting team as they reveal how the upcoming Mari and Katana releases are focused on reducing pipeline friction and facilitating creativity.
What’s Next in Nuke 13 - September 22, 2021
With an extended machine learning toolset, a new rendering architecture, user experience updates, the implementation of OCIOv2 and more, see how Nuke 13.1 will continue to accelerate artists' creativity.
Research and Innovation Showcase - September 23, 2021
Connect with Foundry’s Research team and industry experts to learn how Foundry is solving hard problems in AI, real-time, and cloud to advance VFX workflow and pipeline efficiency.
The Future for Flix and Story Development - September 28, 2021
Join the Flix team for a discussion about Flix’s future and the features to come in Flix 6.4, including an improved journey from Storyboard Pro to Avid, UX enhancements and more.
The Completed Modo 15 Series - September 29, 2021
The Modo 15 series has added Curve Booleans, a new Mesh Fusion Workflow, Stack Node, Deferred Updates and OmniHaul, but there is more to come. Join the Modo team to learn what’s in store for 15.2 and reflect on the completed series.
Register for Foundry Live here.