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XR, How Realtime can change the way we work

November 26
Zoom | 7.00pm - 8.30pm
An autumn webinar series with Benjamin Radcliffe about how does Realtime create change in different parts of the VFX Industry

About this Event


The London ACM SIGGRAPH and Unity present: Webinar series with Benjamin Radcliffe about how Realtime technology is revolutionizing the filmmaking process.


Date: Thursday, 26th November 2020


   7-8:30 PM GMT

   11AM-12:30PM PDT

Location: Zoom link sent upon sign-up


What is XR? It’s shorthand for a related set of new technologies that are changing the way we interact with the world and with each other: Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality. To understand XR, you need to understand the technologies that enable it. If you understand the available technologies, how they are used, and what their future holds, you’ll be well equipped to deal with XR as it rapidly evolves and converges.





Benjamin Radcliffe

Ben is a media and entertainment technical specialist with 20 years of experience in VFX, CG, feature, and TV animation. He’s worked for a variety of top studios, including Dreamworks Animation, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Disney Feature Animation, MPC, and Industrial Light and Magic, and he’s worked as a digital artist supervisor on major franchises including Avengers and Transformers. In his role at Unity, Ben works with technical decision-makers and influencers at key studios to advance the art and science of visual effects and animation through the use of real-time technology.





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