Stand SL7625, NAB 2012
At NAB 2012, MAXON will showcase its complete range of state-of-the-art 3D product solutions. This past Fall, MAXON introduced CINEMA 4D 13, the next generation of its industry- leading 3D motion graphics, visual effects, painting, and rendering software application. With all new character tools, integrated stereographic capabilities, streamlined multi-artist collaboration and physical rendering, CINEMA 4D Release 13 builds on the company’s 25-year legacy of enabling digital content creators around the world to produce highly engaging content quickly and easily for a variety of industries.
MAXON enjoys a stellar reputation with some of today’s most talented 3D motion graphics and visual effects artists. At the MAXON Booth, #SL7625, more than 16 industry “rock stars” will be on hand at NAB as guest presenters providing useful tips and techniques and a behind-the-scenes role that CINEMA 4D played in creating compelling digital content. Among the recent industry notable projects that relied on the software include the films, Tron, The Smurfs and Arthur Christmas; the hit game series, The Empress of the Deep; and the multi-award winning TV series, Boardwalk Empire as well as countless campaigns and television commercials for leading national and international brands.
In December 2011, MAXON also announced a major re-launch of its highly acclaimed Cineversity training and education website, featuring nearly 2000 video tutorials, resources and learning materials created by some of the 3D industry’s most celebrated artists.
New at NAB 2012, MAXON will announce the availability of a new series comprised of 213 tutorials for Cineversity. Created single-handedly by Dr.-Ing. V. Sassmannshausen, a world-renowned computer animator and 3D authority better known as “Dr. Sassi,” – the series is one of the most comprehensive ever created on how to create an animated film short film.
Sassi has documented the CINEMA 4D techniques used to create JET, his multi-award-winning short film, as the basis for the series and will be making appearances at the MAXON booth to demonstrate for digital filmmakers how to navigate the challenges of creating a short involving 3D animation.