Date:
November 21, 2019
Time:
7:00 pm
Location:
Autodesk Toronto
MaRS Discovery District
661 University Avenue
Suite 100 – Event/gallery space
Toronto ON
M5G 1L7
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CG Connect Toronto

Date:
November 21, 2019
Time:
7:00 pm
Location:
Autodesk Toronto
MaRS Discovery District
661 University Avenue
Suite 100 – Event/gallery space
Toronto ON
M5G 1L7

We are happy to announce that we are hosting our 5th CG Connect Toronto on November 21st! Please join us for an evening of CG industry discussion, tasty food, and drinks including some great local beer. As always this event is free, but space is limited so RVSP today!

In case you are unfamiliar with CG Connect, our goal with these events is to bring the local CG community together in an open, fun environment. We’d like to provide a forum to share ideas, and discuss ways to harness and enhance the growth that we are seeing in the Toronto market today. We think that this is the perfect opportunity to connect directly with the great minds in the Toronto industry and behind the tools we use every day.

Please join us at Autodesk’s event space in the MaRS Discovery district, and help us continue to evolve this event into an ongoing forum for creative exchange that we can all be proud to be a part of.

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Speaker List:

Mohammad Ghorbankarimi: Mohammad (Mo) Ghorbankarimi has led a unique career creating VFX and Films around the world. Mo will walk us through real life production stories from some great projects he’s been involved with, including Stranger Things.

Duncan Brinsmead: Duncan is a creator of many technologies behind Maya and a Principal Scientist at Autodesk’s R&D department, having invented and contributed to numerous simulation tools. The newly released Bifrost plugin for Maya allows users to create effects backed by powerful features. Duncan will describe the process to create a Bifrost nodal graph and the capabilities (spanning from dynamic simulations to fractal oddities).

Aslan Jafari: Aslan is an experienced technical artist with over a decade in the animation industry. His career started in the lighting department, but a technical mind and passion for programming enabled the development of vital production tools used in the industry to this day. As a Senior QA Analyst on the Autodesk Bifrost team, Aslan will walkthrough some techniques that can be easily implemented in production.

We hope to see you there!

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