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Autodesk hosts A Morning with Uniform

4 May 2007 – Autodesk will be hosting a series of mornings with creative visualisation company Uniform in seven cities across Europe and the Middle East. Co-founder and technical director Nick Bentley and senior designer Sam O'Hare and will be presenting two of their most recent projects:

  • Blyth Road - a film for a large-scale regeneration of the old EMI headquarters, featuring stylised filmed people in a full CG environment.
  • Crystal - filmed on location in London, featuring an HD workflow using Autodesk 3ds Max and Autodesk Combustion. The presentation will cover everything from animation and rendering to colour grading and HDRI creation.

A Morning with Uniform will be taking place in the following cities:

 

Dubai

When: 9.30am on Wednesday 16 May

Where: The Fairmont Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai

 

London

When: 9.30am on Friday 18 May 

Where: Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT

 

Madrid

When: 10.15am on Monday 21 May

Where: Centro Convenciones Mapfre, Edificio Mapfre Vida, Centro Moda Shopping, Portal B, 2ª planta Auditorio, Avenida General Perón, 40, 28020 Madrid

 

Paris

When: 9.30am on Tuesday 22 May 

Where: Espace Saint-Martin, 199 bis, rue Saint Martin, 75003 Paris

 

Amsterdam

When: 9.30am on Wednesday 23 May

Where: tbc

 

Munich

When: 9.30am on Thursday 24 May

Where: Club Ampere, Muffathalle, Zellstr. 4, 81667 Munchen

 

Milan

When: 9.30am on Friday 25 May

Where: Nhow Milano, Via Tortona 35, 20144 Milano

 

Sam O'Hare has a degree in architecture but was so enthralled with 3ds Max that he decided to pursue a career in 3D graphics instead of architecture.

 

Nick Bentley co-founded Uniform in 1998. He has produced still and moving imagery for some of the world’s most exciting architectural projects. He’s now responsible for pushing the technical boundaries of the studio's output as it continues to grow and develop new sectors and services.

 

Attendees will also have the opportunity to hear from the Autodesk AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) team about how 3ds Max can take Autodesk Revit BIM data and turn ideas into stunning visual showpieces to gain competitive advantage.

 

To register please visit:  www.autodesknews.com/uniform

 

Notes to editors

Any journalists wishing to attend should contact:

Kim Willsher or Raj Dehil, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, T: +44 (0)20 7403 8878

kimw@rlyl.co.uk or rajd@rlyl.co.uk

 

About Uniform

Uniform began to focus on delivering creative visualisation services to a range of clients primarily in the architectural sector after a series of successful restaurant and bar interior design projects. Take a look at www.uniform.net for more information on Uniform and their success.