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Maxon showcasing Cinema 4D at 2016 NAB Show in Las Vegas

Maxon will be showcasing Cinema 4D R17 at the NAB 2016 Show in Las Vegas next month.

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LAS VEGAS, NAB 2016 – Booth SL 9110 – MAXON, the industry-leading developer of professional 3D modeling, painting, animation and rendering solutions, announces exhibitor participation at the 2016 NAB Show®, “…the world’s largest electronic media show covering the creation, management and delivery of content across all platforms,” taking place April 18 – 21, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Maxon Press Luncheon

MAXON is pleased to kick-off its 2016 NAB Show presence with its eighth annual “First Day of NAB” press luncheon on Monday, April 18th. Paul Babb, president/CEO, MAXON US, will provide company updates and discuss new developments and offerings in the company’s Cinema 4D product line up, including new virtual reality (VR) workflows. Special guest Jayse Hansen, one of the world’s foremost 3D artists who has contributed holograms, interface designs and animations for some of today’s most iconic scenes in top films such as Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Iron Man, The Avengers, The Hunger Games and Big Hero 6, to name just a few, will also be on hand to share his Cinema 4D experiences in production as well as work he’s doing in virtual and augmented reality. [Note: This is an invitation-only event. Members of the press interested in attending, please contact Vicky Gray-Clark, vicky@ambientpr.com, indicating name and media outlet for consideration.]

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MAXON returns as an NAB show exhibitor and will showcase Cinema 4D Release 17 (R17), the latest version of its acclaimed 3D software that streamlines workflow for creative professionals working in broadcast, film and video, games, visualization, interactive media, and more. At NAB 2016, members of the press and show attendees will be able to see technology demonstrations by the MAXON team that feature the creative advantages and new features in R17 including new, expanded and completely reworked features such as the new Take System that provides complete and flexible scene handling to manage render layers and animation variations, new Lens Distortion tools for improved motion tracking, and completely reworked Spline Tools for a more efficient workflow for manipulating points, lines, tangents, arcs, and more.

With virtual reality content creation entering the mainstream for creating entertainment, advertising and video game content, MAXON will also showcase CV-VR Cam, a new Cinema 4D plugin for rendering VR content and a companion tutorial series that helps CG artists learn the technical aspects of creating pre-rendered or interactive VR video content; both available on Cineversity, the company’s dedicated training and education website. (Note: see separate CV-VR Cam press release for additional details here.)

Maxon at NAB 2016 Exhibitor Highlights

Main Stage Presenters

Throughout NAB, MAXON will host an array of the biggest names in the 3D motion graphics, visual effects and visualization industry to appear as guest presenters on its NAB booth main stage to share and spotlight Cinema 4D production techniques and real-world creative solutions on award-winning feature films, television shows and commercials, video games, and medical visualization projects. Among the stellar guest artists that will appear on stage this year include: Nick Campbell with Greyscalegorilla (Will use custom-made 360 HDRI’s to add realistic light and reflections to a real world Cinema 4D render); Jeremy Cox with Imaginary Forces (“Game of Thrones” teasers, “SXSW 2016 Gaming Awards” opening sequence); Allison House with House Studio (Jeff Tweedy music video for “Summer Noon”); Graham Johnson and Thomas Brown with Vessel Studios (Medical animation projects); and John Filipkowski and Matt Crnich with Sarofsky (Main-on-End Titles for “Ant-Man”).

MAXON is once again live streaming guest artist presentations from its NAB booth on C4DLive.com. Prior to NAB, a complete list of guest artist presenters, presentation summaries and schedules is available at C4DLive.com. Following the show, presentations will be archived on Cineversity.

To learn more visit Maxon online.