New Worlds in Visual Effects, BruinFX Lecture SeriesMay 24, 2006, 6:00 pm »
This lecture will present fundamental strategies to achieve rich and
believable 3d environments. Questions raised include: What can be
carried over from the rich tradition of matte painting? How can
production be made as efficient as past miniature work and not languish
in technical pipeline quicksand? What new opportunities does this realm
present to the nature of storytelling and film experiences? Join noted
digital environments artist Eric Hanson of Visura Imaging in this visual
survey of an exciting trend.
Eric has a background in architecture, 3D imaging and more than a
decade of experience in feature film visual effects production. He
specializes in the creation of digital backgrounds and effects for
feature films. Eric was formerly at Digital Domain where he created a
vast cityscape for Roland Emmerich's "The Day After Tomorrow." His
credits include "Fifth Element," "Atlantis," "Fantasia 2000,"
"Bicentennial Man," "Mission to Mars," "Hollow Man," and "Cast Away." He
has spoken and held workshops at many trade shows and universities,
domestically and internationally. Eric teaches Visual Effects at USC
Film School and is a member of the Visual Effects Society. He holds a
professional degree in Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin.
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