The program went well and there were a lot of interested people there. Siggraph its self is a very interesting place to meet like minded individuals in your field. One group of interest was the fellows from fxphd.com. Jeff Heusser, John Montgomery, Mike Seymour. fxphd was created by the founders of fxguide.com, the ultimate resource for high-end compositing and post production on the web. They provide high quality internet training targeting visual effects professionals. Although I was there only for a short time I was surprised by the interest in my topic on Sensor Noise Testing and Camera Calibration.
I will be publishing a White Paper on this topic in the near future and will post it on this blog. But if it is too big I will post it on its own web site.
Siggraph is being held this week at the LA Convention Center. The next one will be in Vancouver BC and in 2011, Seoul Korea.
Stephen Burns in an intense conversation Monday evening at the restaurant after the show. Stephen is the even coordinator for the Digital Art Programs in The Studio section of the convention. Wacom is one of the sponsors that provided the work stations for the attendees. Stephen is the founder of http://www.chromeallusion.com/ and has published many books on Photoshop. He teaches Digital Manipulation Workshops in the San Diego and is an instructor on www.xtrain.com
SIGGRAPH 2010 assembled approximately 25,000 computer graphics and interactive technology professionals from six continents to Los Angeles, California, USA for the industry’s most respected technical and creative programs focusing on research, science, art, animation, music, gaming, interactivity, education, and the web. If you are at all interested in what the future will bring in these field you should experience Siggraph. www.siggraph.org/s2010