“Imaginary Worlds: How technology is transforming the art of visual effects” is taking place at Design Night at The Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco on 1 February 2018.
The invite reads: “In entertainment, the lines between the physical and the digital worlds are increasingly blurring, thanks to today’s production technology. From robot-controlled cameras to performance and reality capture, these sophisticated tools are helping to create computer-generated imagery that, when coupled with live-action shots, transports audiences to fantastical places that often feel real.”
Attendees to Design Night will hear from Kevin Baillie, co-founder and VFX supervisor at Atomic Fiction, who’ll share a behind-the-scenes look into the visual effects of hit TV show “Stranger Things.”
Other activities will include making character masks, a soundtrack by DJ Chad Bays, and there will be food and drink for everyone to enjoy.
To join tickets are $20-25.USD and the event takes place at 6:00 – 10:00 PM at The Autodesk Gallery, 1 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94105.
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