Join us for an exciting discussion about some of the most recent interactive technologies for architectural visualization and their uses on the latest devices. This discussion will touch on a variety of topics, including interactive animations and augmented-reality applications and viewing devices. We will examine their pros and cons, and discuss workflow to get your 3D data into these programs. Contribute your knowledge and experience with these applications, and hear from other users about their challenges and success stories. This session features 3ds Max and AutoSketch.
- Gain basic knowledge of different options for viewing interactive content
- Discover new methods for using mobile devices for architectural visualization presentations
- Understand the roadblocks and challenges to using interactive technologies
- Identify a variety of different immersive technologies that support augmented/virtual reality
Brandon Carmichael leads a team of highly skilled individuals to produce cinematic narratives and documentaries on a broad range of topics. He leads motion creative services, which span storytelling, broadcast, marketing narratives, and documentary shorts. His creative solutions utilize traditional filmmaking, 2D/3D motion design and animation, and virtual reality Environments.
John Higgs is the founder and president of Corgan MediaLab. He has honed his studio’s craft over the past 20-plus years, and now the Lab is recognized as a regional leader in the field of architectural visualization. He has produced animations for a variety of architectural projects, ranging from international airports, office complexes, data centers, transit projects, and hospitals. Higgs has also worked in the broadcast, film, interactive, music, and video game industries for clients such as Adidas, Hyundai Motor Company, Dell, Mountain Dew by Pepsico, Atari, Nokia Networks; JPMorgan Chase Bank. While under his leadership, Corgan MediaLab has been honored with numerous awards and has been featured in many publications. Higgs has spoken at Autodesk University for several years and at other conferences on the topics of technology and storytelling. He has also served on the advisory board at Full Sail University and acted as a visiting instructor at Texas Tech University for a graduate-level animation course