Maxon Computer of Germany will be in attendance at the upcoming IBC 2014 show in Amsterdam, Holland. One of the leading developers of professional 3D software solutions, the company will make its European debut of its latest flagship product CINEMA 4D Release 16. MAXON will be welcoming journalists and attendees each day at its exhibitor booth, Hall 7, #7.H39.
Cinema 4D R16, released worldwide earlier this week, sets new standards for quality in 3D production. Numerous workflow optimizations and features such as the PolyPen tool for comfortable modeling, a Motion Tracker for integrating 3D content in live footage as well as a Reflectance channel for multi-layered reflections ensure increased productivity and excellent results. (Editors’ note: see Cinema 4D R16 press release for additional details.)
IBC 2014 Show Highlights for Maxon
MAXON technology is acclaimed for more than two decades of programming innovation and the ease in which it brings professional results to individual digital artists and design teams seeking to incorporate high-end 3D, cross platform functionality into their production pipelines to reach the highest levels of success.
Artists presentations include:
- Ryan Summers is an animator, director and full-time problem solver at Imaginary Forces, a preeminent U.S.-based creative studio and production company. Summers will give detailed insight into his production workflow to show how Cinema 4D is used to create content for feature films and film marketing, television productions, game trailers and commercial advertising.
- Matthias Zabiegly is head of 3D and set supervision at Aixsponza, a Munich-based interdisciplinary design and VFX studio. Zabiegly will showcase three high profile projects created with Cinema 4D, including Red Bull Formula 1 animations and ‘Yager: Dreadnought’ game teaser, which was produced using some of the new R16 features.
- Pingo van der Brinkloev is a Danish-based veteran VFX artist, short film producer and creator of the successful Cinema 4D Advanced Production Techniques (C4DAPT) series. Using his highly-regarded film ‘Paper,’ Pingo will demonstrate techniques for creating stop-motion animation and semi-procedural assets using Cinema 4D.
More information about the speaker lineup can be found at Maxon’s IBC website here.
Maxon’s booth is #7.H39 in Hall 7.
IBC 2014 Exhibit Hall Hours:
Friday, 12 September: 10:30 am – 18:00 pm
Saturday, 13 September: 09:30 am – 18:00 pm
Sunday, 14 September: 09:30 am – 18:00 pm
Monday, 15 September: 09:30 am – 18:00 pm
Tuesday, 16 September: 09:30 am – 16:00 pm