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  1. New Update for the DC Animation Group Meetup. This meetup is focused on scientific animation. For more details, see the full listing: http://www.meetup.co...vents/32575262/ When: Wednesday, September 21, 2011 6:30 PM Where: CDIA BU 1055 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW Washington DC, DC 20007 RSVP limit: 100 "Yes" RSVPs If the changes affect your plans to attend, please take a moment to update your RSVP. (You can RSVP "No" or "Yes".) You can always get in touch with me through the Contact Us link on Meetup. Details: ---------------------- This meetup is focused on scientific animation. Scientific animation is an animation that is focused on scientifically accurate data. New Update* Troy Benesch of V! Studios will present and will provide some detail on how he constructed the Magnetic Field Lines and the Magnetosphere surrounding Earth that was created for a series of animation for NASA. Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects were used. Troy has been an animator in the DC area since 1993. Though he graduated with a business degree from UVA, he was always an artist since he was six years old. He is a principal at V! Studios and is currently serving the role as an Art Director/Lead Animator at NASA HQ working closely with the Science Mission Directorate. He has worked on numerous animations for clients such as MSNBC, FBI, Clark Construction, and many others. Troy Benesch's web site: v-studios.com Vuk Nikolic will give us an in-depth overview of developing scientific animations using 2-D and 3-D software. Vuk Nikolic earned a Master of Science degree in Biology; evolving from a refined sense of the aesthetic, where he discovered his passion for creating photo-realistic 3-D images and animations. The evolution of both passions is synthesized in medical and scientific 3-D visualizations and production. He has completed 3-D and 2-D animation works for many clients such as National Geographic and History Channel. Vuk Nikolic's web site: vuk3d.com Agenda: Part 1: Intro People can introduce themselves and chat with each other. Part 2: Bio (5 minutes) Vuk Nikolic will spend a few minutes discussing his background as an scientific animator. Part 3: In-depth overview of developing Scientific Animations. (15 - 20 minutes) Vuk Nikolic will show the work flow/methods of creating scientific animations using Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects. Part 4: Bio (5 minutes) Troy Benesch will spend a few minutes discussing his background as an scientific animator . Part 5: In-depth overview of developing Scientific Animations. (15 - 20 minutes) Troy Benesch will provide some detail on how he constructed the Magnetic Field Lines and the Magnetosphere surrounding Earth that was created for a series of animation for NASA. Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects were used. Part 6: Q/A While questions will be answered during the animation step by step, this is a nice point to go through any personal questions audience may have. Part 5: Chat and be Social ----- Till Close Floor open for discussion, networking and ideas for planing for the next meetup. Hope to see you all at the Next DC Animation Group Meetup!
  2. New Update for the DC Animation Group Meetup. This meetup is focused on scientific animation. For more details, see the full listing: http://www.meetup.com/DC-Animation-Group/events/32575262/ When: Wednesday, September 21, 2011 6:30 PM Where: CDIA BU 1055 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW Washington DC, DC 20007 RSVP limit: 100 "Yes" RSVPs If the changes affect your plans to attend, please take a moment to update your RSVP. (You can RSVP "No" or "Yes".) You can always get in touch with me through the Contact Us link on Meetup. Details: ---------------------- This meetup is focused on scientific animation. Scientific animation is an animation that is focused on scientifically accurate data. New Update* Troy Benesch of V! Studios will present and will provide some detail on how he constructed the Magnetic Field Lines and the Magnetosphere surrounding Earth that was created for a series of animation for NASA. Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects were used. Troy has been an animator in the DC area since 1993. Though he graduated with a business degree from UVA, he was always an artist since he was six years old. He is a principal at V! Studios and is currently serving the role as an Art Director/Lead Animator at NASA HQ working closely with the Science Mission Directorate. He has worked on numerous animations for clients such as MSNBC, FBI, Clark Construction, and many others. Troy Benesch's web site: v-studios.com Vuk Nikolic will give us an in-depth overview of developing scientific animations using 2-D and 3-D software. Vuk Nikolic earned a Master of Science degree in Biology; evolving from a refined sense of the aesthetic, where he discovered his passion for creating photo-realistic 3-D images and animations. The evolution of both passions is synthesized in medical and scientific 3-D visualizations and production. He has completed 3-D and 2-D animation works for many clients such as National Geographic and History Channel. Vuk Nikolic's web site: vuk3d.com Agenda: Part 1: Intro People can introduce themselves and chat with each other. Part 2: Bio (5 minutes) Vuk Nikolic will spend a few minutes discussing his background as an scientific animator. Part 3: In-depth overview of developing Scientific Animations. (15 - 20 minutes) Vuk Nikolic will show the work flow/methods of creating scientific animations using Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects. Part 4: Bio (5 minutes) Troy Benesch will spend a few minutes discussing his background as an scientific animator . Part 5: In-depth overview of developing Scientific Animations. (15 - 20 minutes) Troy Benesch will provide some detail on how he constructed the Magnetic Field Lines and the Magnetosphere surrounding Earth that was created for a series of animation for NASA. Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects were used. Part 6: Q/A While questions will be answered during the animation step by step, this is a nice point to go through any personal questions audience may have. Part 5: Chat and be Social ----- Till Close Floor open for discussion, networking and ideas for planing for the next meetup. Hope to see you all at the Next DC Animation Group Meetup!
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