Epic Games CTO discusses his work, alongside Oscar winner John Gaeta, producing the legendary “Bullet Time” VFX sequences on ‘The Matrix,’ as well as the growing use of game engines and real-time rendering in feature film and TV production.
With FMX 2019 just finishing up May 3 in Stuttgart, Germany, we’re pleased to present our latest set of exclusive interviews with some of the talented speakers who presented over the packed four-day conference, a group of top industry professionals who converged on the event to lecture, teach and network. Watch and enjoy our insightful and entertaining AWN @ FMX 2019 Professional Spotlight video series featuring some of the biggest names in animation, visual effects, computer graphics and transmedia. Stay tuned as we add brand-new interviews over the coming weeks.
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In this new interview, Kim Libreri, Epic Games CTO, talks about his work in the late 1990s as technology supervisor, alongside John Gaeta, producing the legendary “Bullet Time” VFX sequences on the Oscar-winning sci-fi thriller, The Matrix. He also shares his insights on today’s growing use of game engines and real-time rendering in feature film and TV production.
Dan Sarto is Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network.