The 10th annual CVMP Conference will take place for two days November 6-7 at Leicester Square’s Vue Cinema, London. Anil Kokaram, CVMP Conference chair and tech lead at YouTube/Google said, “Attendees can expect talks from technical Oscar winners and a rare exposition of Emmy winning YouTube technology, good lunches, an excellent venue, and a chance to get out of your daily routine and be surprised by new technology and new ideas.”
Eoin Greenham, global head of View-D Pipeline and Rajat Roy, global technical supervisor at Prime Focus will explore in detail the art and science of creating compelling stereo 3D imagery from a 2D source with reference to stereo conversion work on shows such as Gravity, Star Wars Episodes I-III, The Wizard of Oz, World War Z and more.
In his talk, professor Thorsten Herfet, director of research and operations at the IVCI will give an overview of the European Commission funded project SCENE, which invents a new scene representation maintaining all information captured and enabling pre-processing to add semantic information that eases the post-production process. In addition the talk will demonstrate scalable display walls for extremely high-resolution reproduction of moving images that will support the new workflow.
CVMP is an impartial event organized in partnership with The Foundry and committee members Trinity College Dublin, BBC R&D and the University of Surrey. Leading sponsors include Google, NVIDIA, Framestore, The Visual Effects Society, CG Society and FXGuide.
A special rate full conference pass is available now for just £200 each (with the discount code vfx200). That’s a saving of £150 off the standard ticket price. Students can pick up a conference pass for only £150.
For more information visit: www.cvmp-conference.org