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3D CGI & Video Games : Here and Now
February 21, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
There is a impressive community of 3D Artists and Interactive Developers in Michigan. At the 3D CGI & Video Games: Here and Now event there will be feature presentations from Michigan based artists and game developers to discuss the studios they represent and share some of their impressive work to date and possibly some insight into their creative process. Excellent opportunity for area professionals and emerging professionals involved in either 3D computer graphics or game development to meet and network.
The creative talent is here and the Michigan based studios are hard at work right now.
3D CGI & Video Games: Here and Now
Tue February 21st 7pm
Schoolcraft College VistaTech Bldg
18600 Haggerty Rd
Livonia, MI 48152
Doors open at 6:30pm
Cost: Free -> suggested donation $10
+ 6:30pm Networking
+ 7:00pm Welcome
+ 7:15pm Presentations
+ 8:30pm Closing
+ 8:45pm Additional Networking
CEO Strength in Numbers Game Studio
Scott grew up with a love for science fiction and fantasy during the hey-day of classic sci-fi television and films. In 2003 he opened his first business, a cyber café known as The FRAG Center in East Lansing, Michigan. He finished his Bachelors of Business Administration as well and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Ferris State University.
From 2013-2014 he undertook the massive effort of fundraising to start his second business, Strength in Numbers Studios, in order to bring his dream of storytelling and creativity to life. He successfully raised over one million dollars and hired a staff of up to 44 talented and creative game developers to bring Tuebor to life.
Tuebor is currently on Steam in Early Access and is approaching Gold Release in the Spring of 2017.
3D Production Artist
Joe Burak is a freelance game artist, 3D production artist in the automotive industry, pixel artist, and pretends to be a good Overwatch player. In his day job he works with automotive clients working in 3D prepping automotive files to be used for the software Picture Shooter. Which allows automotive studios to take realistic renders of vehicles to resemble a real life white studio for production.
When not working with cars, Joe is working on freelance projects usually creating pixel art for graphics or indie game developments. Or if he has any down time is working on personal art projects, growing his skills as an artist, or taking part in community driven art competitions through polycount.”
VR Demo and Presentation by Brandon Young and Shianne Schrum.
The demo is a VR amusement park experience intended for children in the hospital built using Unreal 4 and the HTC Vive.