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In Topic: Anyone doing onsite/remote work in or near Rochester, NY?

13 March 2014 - 04:27 PM

Thanks for the reply, I forgot about our neighbors to the north.

Good suggestion, and yeah curious how that works legal-wise.


So far remote work and travel gigs are the rough plan.


I think you should look at this as your opportunity to advance your career.  Since there are too few post shops in the area, why don't you start one?  16 years is enough to know how a shop is run.  That region (Buffalo included) has had an incredible health and bio-science boom.  Health may not be the sexiest option, but it would pay the bills.

In Topic: Unity Developers

11 April 2013 - 03:27 AM

Thanks everybody for the conversation and sorry to be absent on my own thread.  I've been crushed over here.  To the SF crew, i couldn't agree more.  I don't know exactly when gaming creating became so visually friendly.  The whole industry is is starting to push out the developers out making it easier for us designers/animations to create more.  You will always need your hard-core programmers but goddamn i love the way this is growing.


When you say simulation training, do you mean a training course for the company to give their employees?


Jmont, I did meet up with the client and although they were incredibly intrigued by the idea of a video game-style training, they will probably opt for either a desktop standalone, or for a tablet app since they now see the power behind that.  They are looking for a non language based visual training that is quite indepth to train their soldiers in the field.  I'll probably go html 5 that will trigger 3D animations as they touch with some extra bells and whistles. 


Now, anybody fluent in Motionbuilder?

In Topic: Unity Developers

20 March 2013 - 05:13 PM

Thanks vozzz.  I did see the training on digital tutors, but learning how to develop gaming probably won't be an option with the time contraints.  After looking at all the possiblities on the UNITY site, man what an untapped resource.  Motion designers could create some havock with that.