This June we’re headed to New York for two must-attend events on V-Ray in visual effects and architecture. We’d love to see you there - read on to find out more.
V-Ray in VFX
When: Friday, June 5
Where: Tribeca Cinemas & The Varick Room, 54 Varick Street, New York, NY 10013 (at Laight Street, one block below Canal Street)
What: SoHo’s Tribeca Cinema has hosted premieres of some of the world’s biggest movies, making it an apt backdrop for our visual effects symposium. We’ll begin at 5.30pm, taking you through V-Ray for 3ds Max SP2 and V-Ray for Maya SP1, as well as Phoenix FD’s new features and our latest technology. We’ve also invited key customers along to tell you how they use our products in their workflows.
After the event you can rub shoulders and drink beer with experts from the industry.
Where: Helen Mills: Events and Space Theater, 137-139 West 26 Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues), New York
What: With sneak peeks at V-Ray 3.0 for Rhino, V-Ray 3.0 for Sketchup and V-Ray for Revit, architects who attend our visualization conference will be in for a treat. If that’s not enough, we’ve assembled some leading names in the field for a panel discussion, including Marc Fornes of TheVeryMany, Jorge Barrero of Gensler, Jason Ivaliotis of Handel Architects, Dennis Harvey of BIG, Clinton Miller of SHoP Architects, and Greg Schleusner of HOK. Topics on the table include the challenges of big data projects and rendering a modern megapolis.
We’ll start at 8:30 AM with coffee and light breakfast.