Autodesk have announced that their latest 2013 products will be available for download from the 12th April 2012.
There are some very interesting new features to the latest Maya Entertainment Creation Suite and bluegfx are delighted to offer you the opportunity to see these new features in action at our free Technology Day we are hosting on 19th April 2012 at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden.
From 13:30pm, Graham Bell will be demonstrating the latest features as well as taking your questions on any workflow issues you may have.
Maya 2013 highlights:
- Maya nHair
- Viewport 2.0 Enhancements
- New Node Editor
- Heat Map Skinning
- Bullet Physics
- Trax Clip Matching
- Alembic Caching
- ATOM Animation Transfer
- File Referencing Workflow, Graph Editor and HumanIK Enhancements
Guest Speakers – Taylor James
Long standing friends of bluegfx, Taylor James will also be speaking at both presentations. The Creative Production Studio will be recounting their experiences of the whys and results of switching their storage over to a Hitachi Data Systems Solution.
After the presentation there will be a number of the latest HP workstations set up in the breakout area for you to test drive with the latest software’s installed. Graham and bluegfx will on hand to answer any questions you may have.
The session will also be supported by our other partners including Wacom (giving you the chance to test drive their latest Intuos 5 offerings and their much vaulted 24” Cintiq). Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) will be in attendance to answer any storage questions you have along with HP and AMD.
It’s shaping to up to be an excellent afternoon and we hope to provide you with the latest 3D developments.
Keep your eyes peeled here and on twitter for any further announcements.
13:30pm - Welcome Coffee
14:00pm - Presentation begins
16:00pm - Breakout / demo - opportunity to test drive technology
17:00pm - Finish
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