Disney Pixar Supervising Animator Gini Santos

Gini Santos (Supervising Animator) joined Pixar Animation Studios in September 1996. Her first project was working as a character animator on “Toy Story 2.” She went on to work on “A Bug’s Life,” “Monster’s Inc.” and Pixar’s Academy Award-winning features “Finding Nemo,” “The Incredibles,” “Ratatouille” and “Up.” Santos also served as lead animator on Pixar’s short film “Lifted.”

Before joining Pixar, Santos worked as an art director at Bush & Bishop Advertising, a full-service advertising agency. She designed everything from ads to brochures to logos, which allowed her to utilize her drawing skills in a number of ways.

Born in the Philippines, Santos was raised in Guam from age 3. She attended the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines where she graduated with a fine arts degree in advertising arts. After spending five years in the advertising industry, Santos returned to school and earned a Master of Fine Arts in computer arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Santos lives in San Francisco.


DATE:

October 26, 2017

TIME:

3:00pm with Q&A to follow

COST:

Free

LOCATION:

FAU Davie Campus
Main Auditorium
LA 120
3200 College Avenue
Davie, FL 33314

GINI SANTOS

Gini Santos (Supervising Animator) joined Pixar Animation Studios in September 1996. Her first project was working as a character animator on “Toy Story 2.” She went on to work on “A Bug’s Life,” “Monster’s Inc.” and Pixar’s Academy AwardÒ-winning features “Finding Nemo,” “The Incredibles,” “Ratatouille” and “Up.” Santos also served as lead animator on Pixar’s short film “Lifted.”
Before joining Pixar, Santos worked as an art director at Bush & Bishop Advertising, a full-service advertising agency. She designed everything from ads to brochures to logos, which allowed her to utilize her drawing skills in a number of ways.
Born in the Philippines, Santos was raised in Guam from age 3. She attended the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines where she graduated with a fine arts degree in advertising arts. After spending five years in the advertising industry, Santos returned to school and earned a Master of Fine Arts in computer arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Santos lives in San Francisco.


Disney|Pixar Coco

DATE:

October 26, 2017

TIME:

3:00pm with Q&A to follow

COST:

Free

LOCATION:

FAU Davie Campus
Main Auditorium
LA 120
3200 College Avenue
Davie, FL 33314

Disney’s Zootopia “Environment Creation”

Feb 29, 2016 Meeting

 

All ACM SIGGRAPH members have been invited to attend free of charge a presentation on the Disney Feature Animated Film, Zootopia.  The focus of the talk is on environment
creation from Art Director, Matthias Lechner.

  • Please park to the northwest section of the FAU Davie campus near
    College Ave and the baseball field
  • See Below

 DATE:

Monday, February 29 2016

 TIME:

12 Noon (ends at 1 pm with a Q&A to follow)

   Cost:

ACM SIGGRAPH members have been invited to attend, free of charge

LOCATION:

 3200 College Ave
 Davie, FL 33314

Building:

Florida Atlantic University’s Davie campus, Liberal Arts Building, Auditorium LA
   http://www.fau.edu/facilities/osua/maps/DavieMap.pdf

Working Remotely in Animation with Theory Animation

Ray & Clovis are two of the main stars of one of  Theory Animation recent Productions.
Ray & Clovis are the main stars of “Reading is Magic” by Theory Animation. Their latest 8 minute 4 part episode was completed by 20 Animators and Developers collaborating remotely using Open Source Software.

Come and Join  the Fort Lauderdale ACM SIGGRAPH as David Andrade of Theory Animation presents  “Working Remotely in Animation” on  February 25th, 2014  at 7:00 p.m. Find out how they make Animated 3d Cartoons with 20 artists working world wide.

After the Meeting we might as well take advantage of one of the nearby Venues for social networking .Bring your Business Cards and see you there!

DATE: Tuesday February 25, 2014
 TIME:  7:00 pm  Presentation Begins
 Cost: None. We have generous support from the FAU School of Communication & Multimedia Studies and Theory Animation Studios
 LOCATION: FAU Davie Campus

3200 College Ave
Davie, FL 33314
 “Digital Media Lab Room Liberal Arts Bldg. Rm 415 B” We are located in ‘BC 49’ on this map. http://www.fau.edu/facilities/osua/maps/DavieMap.pdf
 RSVP  Space is Limited

Due to a smaller Venue Location than usual you must RSVP for this event. Those of you who are not FAU or current BC staff/students will need a temporary parking pass. We can help with the pass if you contact us at

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  •  Put ‘February 25th Meeting‘ in the Subject and in the Message write your name, if you are Attending, and if you need a parking pass.   
  • Example ” My name is _____ , I am attending and I need a parking pass.”

About the Presentation:

Have you ever wanted to make your own cartoon? How about work with people who don’t sit next to you?  Come to this Presentation to find out how they figured all this out and made an Animated Web Series! This talk will go over some open-source software solutions, some of their recent productions, and how Remote Collaboration Pipelines work.   Check them out at TheoryAnimation.com. If you missed their Amazing Conference talk at SIGGRAPH 2013, now’s your chance to see what  the buzz is all about! Check out last years SIGGRAPH 2013 Conference presentations from Theory Animation here:

  1. Managing Online Creative Projects, Artists and Teams
  2. Managing Online Creative Projects, Artists and Teams part 2

About the Speaker:

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David Andrade: Animator, Director, Story Teller.

David  has over 10+ years of Industry Experience, from his  beginnings as an Animator for Tri-Dimensional Studios to Lead Animator at Dewmay Productions and Pre-visualization Artist at Halon Entertainment.  At Rhythm and Hues, David  was a Camera Layout Artist working on such films as Percy Jackson 2 (2013) and 300: Rise of an Empire (2013),  He then co-founded Theory Animation with Juerg Grieder, and Mark Olson where he currently serves as Animation Director and Artist for Theory Animation. David also supports the Digital Arts Community in his spare time by making In-depth workflow videos to promote Open Source Software Solutions.  Interested in Learning Blender? Do you know Maya?  Check out his Maya to Blender Workflows for Animators In-depth Tutorial.

An Animated Life

Come and Join Animation Director  Jeff Schu at the Fort Lauderdale ACM SIGGRAPH May 15th ,2013  at 7:00 p.m.

//This Event will be hosted by Digital Media Arts College in their Green Screen Studio. //

Jeff Schu has enjoyed an exciting and illustrious career in animation as a Character Animator, Lead Animator, Supervising Animator, Animation Supervisor and now Animation Director.

Animation Director/Artist  Jeff Schu  in front of some of the movies he has worked on over the years including, Final Fantasy -The Spirits Within, The Chronicles of Narnia, Surf's Up, Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, and many more.
Animation Director/Artist Jeff Schu in front of a towering amount of the features he has worked on over the years. Check out his IMDb below for MORE.

He made his beginning debut on the production team of the first photorealistic animated feature film, Final Fantasy:  The Spirits Within, at Square Pictures’s  Honolulu Hawaii Studio.  Square Pictures rendered the film using some of the most advanced processing capabilities available for film animating at the time, but for Jeff that was just the beginning.

After working on Final Flight of the Osiris for the Matrix franchise, he left the sandy beaches of Hawaii for sunny Los Angeles to work on his next project, the film adaptation of the acclaimed children’s book,  The Polar Express, thus launching an 8 year run with Sony Pictures Imageworks.

At Imageworks he worked on such titles as Disney’s Academy Award Nominated film The Chronicles of Narnia (The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe) and Sony Animations’s own nominated Surf’s Up along with Columbia/Imagemovers Best Animated Feature Nominee, Monster House. Moving on and utilizing his strong grasp of the technical side of animation, Jeff and his teams made indellibile contributions to VFX films like, I Am Legend, Speed Racer, Eagle Eye, and Beowulf.

When Imageworks embarked on opening a new studio in Albuquerque, NM, Jeff took on the challenge and built a highly successful team of animators that brought characters to life in Hoyt Yeatman’s G Force, Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland and Martin Campbell’s Green Lantern.

In 2011 Imageworks moved their animation operation to Vancouver, Canada and Jeff soon found a great opportunity in Digital Domain’s ambitious venture, a studio to be called Traditions located in Port St. Lucie, FL. The team at Traditions was embarking on the production of a sure to be South Florida animation classic,  The Legend of Tembo to be directed by the very talented team of Aaron Blaise and Chuck Williams. However, the studio fell into bankruptcy and shuttered in September 2012.

Jeff then went to work in New Orleans, LA with VFX legend Richard Edlund at Dumonde VFX for the on set previs team for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes which is scheduled for release in 2014.  He is currently working at a studio in Ft. Lauderdale on some Exciting New Projects.

—for more information about Jeff Schu, Check out these links—–

IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1720991/

Jeff Schu 2011 Animation Demo Reel  http://vimeo.com/29018683

 The meeting will Also Kick off with a recap of the NAB Conference back in April attended by are own Chapter’s Chair, Dean Lyon.

http://www.nabshow.com/

WHEN: 15th May 2013 from 7-9PM

WHERE: Digitial Media Arts College  5400 Broken Sound Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33487

Free Parking available in front of the campus.  Once Inside, Head to the Green Screen Room.

CLICK HERE FOR  Driving Directions from Google Maps

 Green Screen Studio, Figure Drawing Room, and Motion Capture at Digital Media Arts College.
Green Screen Studio,  Figure Drawing Room,  and  Motion Capture at  Digital Media Arts College.

 

After the Meeting we might as well take advantage of one of the nearby venues for social networking after the show. Bring your Business Cards and see you there!

Reconstructive Simulation

Come and Join Animator Christy Spangler of the  National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), at the Fort Lauderdale ACM SIGGRAPH April 16th ,2013  at 7:00 p.m.

This presentation will cover some of the animations and graphics they have developed for the transportation modes they investigate which include aviation, rail, highway, and marine and discuss the different styles and methods used to present the accident data so that the audience can visualize and better understand the events leading up to the accident, the probable cause and the identification of safety issues.

Christy Spangler is an interdisciplinary 2D and 3D Visual Communicator who specializes in Technical and Engineering subject matter.

NTSB's Christy Spangler, Engineering Graphics Specialist
Christy Spangler takes measurements of components from an undamaged copy of a battery similar to the one involved in the Japan Airlines 787 fire in Boston's Logan Airport currently under investigation.

Employed at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) in 2002, Ms. Spangler is responsible for designing engineering, promotional and multimedia graphics. In 2004, she was involved in the development of the NTSB Animation Laboratory and currently serves as an Engineering Graphics Specialist responsible for developing accident reconstruction animations. Ms. Spangler has presented her work at the ACM SIGGRAPH Conference in the Dailies! (2010); and the Poster Presentation (2008, 2004).Ms. Spangler attended Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL and earned a BFA degree in Visual Communications (1991) and later attended East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN and earned a MS degree in Engineering Design Graphics (2001).

Building on her foundation of fine arts and photography, her experience and career has expanded to encompass graphic design, motion graphics, 3D animation and video production. Ms. Spangler has worked in the print industry, for non-profits, a medical college and the federal government. With her diverse background, she has been able to design,produce and deliver visual packages that range from animation and motion graphics to graphic design, website development, posters and handouts for public and private events and purposes. Ms. Spangler enjoys creative projects that allow her to experiment and expand her knowledge in techniques and media.

We will be accepting new members at this meeting.

We are using the FAU Downtown Campus Computer Graphics Laboratory Studio ( also known as the former Center for Electronic Communication). Given that this is in the heart of downtown’s entertainment district we might as well take advantage of nearby venues for social networking after the show.

Bring your Business Cards and see you there!

WHEN: 16th April 2013 from 7-9PM
WHERE: Florida Atlantic University 220 S.E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 921 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Click here for directions

Parking is available along meters or in the City Parking facility across the street, slightly north.
// This is also the last time we will hold an event at this venue after over 20 years  of meetings for this chapter due to relocation of the Facility.  Don’t miss it!  As we reflect and say good bye to the Studio one last time.//

——–backround on

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is an independent federal government agency charged with determining the probable cause of transportation accidents and promoting transportation safety. The improvement of safety to the nation’s transportation system requires prompt, thorough, and valid investigations of accidents, incidents, and other anomalies in order to identify issues, determine the probable cause and recommend improvements. A large volume of highly complex and diverse data can frequently obscure the relationships between vehicle performance, human operator inputs, and the traffic systems. Investigators must piece together and integrate these data to understand the causes and contributing factors of the accident and then explain these facts to policy makers and the general public to promote the safety recommendations in order to improve transportation safety.
The NTSB will often integrate the accident data into 3D animations to reconstruct and illustrate accident sequences so that the audience can visualize and better understand the events leading up to the accident, the probable cause and the identification of safety issues. These animations factually and faithfully present the accident sequence based on measured, recorded, and calculated data.

 

For more information about the NTSB, please visit

http://www.ntsb.gov/index.html

To view NTSB animations, please visit

http://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/animations.htmlCome and Join Animator Christy Spangler of the  National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), at the Fort Lauderdale ACM SIGGRAPH April 16th ,2013  at 7:00 p.m.

This presentation will cover some of the animations and graphics they have developed for the transportation modes they investigate which include aviation, rail, highway, and marine and discuss the different styles and methods used to present the accident data so that the audience can visualize and better understand the events leading up to the accident, the probable cause and the identification of safety issues.

Christy Spangler is an interdisciplinary 2D and 3D Visual Communicator who specializes in Technical and Engineering subject matter.

 

NTSB's Christy Spangler, Engineering Graphics Specialist
Christy Spangler takes measurements of components from an undamaged copy of a battery similar to the one involved in the Japan Airlines 787 fire in Boston’s Logan Airport currently under investigation.

Employed at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) in 2002, Ms. Spangler is responsible for designing engineering, promotional and multimedia graphics. In 2004, she was involved in the development of the NTSB Animation Laboratory and currently serves as an Engineering Graphics Specialist responsible for developing accident reconstruction animations. Ms. Spangler has presented her work at the ACM SIGGRAPH Conference in the Dailies! (2010); and the Poster Presentation (2008, 2004).Ms. Spangler attended Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL and earned a BFA degree in Visual Communications (1991) and later attended East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN and earned a MS degree in Engineering Design Graphics (2001).

Building on her foundation of fine arts and photography, her experience and career has expanded to encompass graphic design, motion graphics, 3D animation and video production. Ms. Spangler has worked in the print industry, for non-profits, a medical college and the federal government. With her diverse background, she has been able to design,produce and deliver visual packages that range from animation and motion graphics to graphic design, website development, posters and handouts for public and private events and purposes. Ms. Spangler enjoys creative projects that allow her to experiment and expand her knowledge in techniques and media.

We will be accepting new members at this meeting.

We are using the FAU Downtown Campus Computer Graphics Laboratory Studio ( also known as the former Center for Electronic Communication). Given that this is in the heart of downtown’s entertainment district we might as well take advantage of nearby venues for social networking after the show.

Bring your Business Cards and see you there!

WHEN: 16th April 2013 from 7-9PM
WHERE: Florida Atlantic University 220 S.E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 921 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Click here for directions

Parking is available along meters or in the City Parking facility across the street, slightly north.
// This is also the last time we will hold an event at this venue after over 20 years  of meetings for this chapter due to relocation of the Facility.  Don’t miss it!  As we reflect and say good bye to the Studio one last time.//

——–backround on

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is an independent federal government agency charged with determining the probable cause of transportation accidents and promoting transportation safety. The improvement of safety to the nation’s transportation system requires prompt, thorough, and valid investigations of accidents, incidents, and other anomalies in order to identify issues, determine the probable cause and recommend improvements. A large volume of highly complex and diverse data can frequently obscure the relationships between vehicle performance, human operator inputs, and the traffic systems. Investigators must piece together and integrate these data to understand the causes and contributing factors of the accident and then explain these facts to policy makers and the general public to promote the safety recommendations in order to improve transportation safety.
The NTSB will often integrate the accident data into 3D animations to reconstruct and illustrate accident sequences so that the audience can visualize and better understand the events leading up to the accident, the probable cause and the identification of safety issues. These animations factually and faithfully present the accident sequence based on measured, recorded, and calculated data.

For more information about the NTSB, please visit

http://www.ntsb.gov/index.html

To view NTSB animations, please visit

http://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/animations.htmlCome and Join Animator Christy Spangler of the  National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), at the Fort Lauderdale ACM SIGGRAPH April 16th ,2013  at 7:00 p.m.

This presentation will cover some of the animations and graphics they have developed for the transportation modes they investigate which include aviation, rail, highway, and marine and discuss the different styles and methods used to present the accident data so that the audience can visualize and better understand the events leading up to the accident, the probable cause and the identification of safety issues.

Christy Spangler is an interdisciplinary 2D and 3D Visual Communicator who specializes in Technical and Engineering subject matter.

NTSB's Christy Spangler, Engineering Graphics Specialist
Christy Spangler takes measurements of components from an undamaged copy of a battery similar to the one involved in the Japan Airlines 787 fire in Boston's Logan Airport currently under investigation.

Employed at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) in 2002, Ms. Spangler is responsible for designing engineering, promotional and multimedia graphics. In 2004, she was involved in the development of the NTSB Animation Laboratory and currently serves as an Engineering Graphics Specialist responsible for developing accident reconstruction animations. Ms. Spangler has presented her work at the ACM SIGGRAPH Conference in the Dailies! (2010); and the Poster Presentation (2008, 2004).Ms. Spangler attended Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL and earned a BFA degree in Visual Communications (1991) and later attended East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN and earned a MS degree in Engineering Design Graphics (2001).

Building on her foundation of fine arts and photography, her experience and career has expanded to encompass graphic design, motion graphics, 3D animation and video production. Ms. Spangler has worked in the print industry, for non-profits, a medical college and the federal government. With her diverse background, she has been able to design,produce and deliver visual packages that range from animation and motion graphics to graphic design, website development, posters and handouts for public and private events and purposes. Ms. Spangler enjoys creative projects that allow her to experiment and expand her knowledge in techniques and media.

We will be accepting new members at this meeting.

We are using the FAU Downtown Campus Computer Graphics Laboratory Studio ( also known as the former Center for Electronic Communication). Given that this is in the heart of downtown’s entertainment district we might as well take advantage of nearby venues for social networking after the show.

Bring your Business Cards and see you there!

WHEN: 16th April 2013 from 7-9PM
WHERE: Florida Atlantic University 220 S.E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 921 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Click here for directions

Parking is available along meters or in the City Parking facility across the street, slightly north.
// This is also the last time we will hold an event at this venue after over 20 years  of meetings for this chapter due to relocation of the Facility.  Don’t miss it!  As we reflect and say good bye to the Studio one last time.//

——–backround on

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is an independent federal government agency charged with determining the probable cause of transportation accidents and promoting transportation safety. The improvement of safety to the nation’s transportation system requires prompt, thorough, and valid investigations of accidents, incidents, and other anomalies in order to identify issues, determine the probable cause and recommend improvements. A large volume of highly complex and diverse data can frequently obscure the relationships between vehicle performance, human operator inputs, and the traffic systems. Investigators must piece together and integrate these data to understand the causes and contributing factors of the accident and then explain these facts to policy makers and the general public to promote the safety recommendations in order to improve transportation safety.
The NTSB will often integrate the accident data into 3D animations to reconstruct and illustrate accident sequences so that the audience can visualize and better understand the events leading up to the accident, the probable cause and the identification of safety issues. These animations factually and faithfully present the accident sequence based on measured, recorded, and calculated data.

 

For more information about the NTSB, please visit

http://www.ntsb.gov/index.html

To view NTSB animations, please visit

http://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/animations.html

Data Visualization: The Computer Graphics Job of the Future

Come and Join Data Visualization Expert Chris Carter as he presents this exciting topic at the Fort Lauderdale ACM SIGGRAPH March 20th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.

//This is a dual event Day, it kicks off at 4 p.m. with a meeting for High School Students and Educators. Special Film Marker -Event” with Visual Effects Supervisor, Dean Lyon.  Dean has worked on dozens of blockbusters including Armageddon, Boogeyman, Doctor Dolittle, Spooked and many, many more.” Click HERE For More Information//

As a Data Visualization Expert, Computer Graphics Artist, Army Intelligence Warrant Officer and Published Author, Chris brings an extraordinary approach to publishing and visual storytelling.

Born in suburban Chicago, Chris Carter was raised in a working class atmosphere. His mother was manager of a Health Food store and his father was a builder and artist.  Prior to 911, Chris Carter had an extensive career as a computer graphics artist.  Starting at JBTV in Chicago, a cutting edge music video program that was carried on WGN’s Super Station and aired throughout the US. Chris then journeyed to Florida, to work for NiteLight Studios in Pompano Beach before moving to LA and making the rounds at some of the most prominent VFX studios in Hollywood. Chris then found himself working as a computer graphics artist in the Washington, DC area on 911.  For 33 years he has been in the U.S. Army. With 20 in the Reserves, 10 active duty and still going today. As a Defense Contractor and soldier he’s been to the Middle East 5 times since 911 and is working on several books and a screenplay to tell his stories.

In his provocative book “Locked Out”, inspired by Ray Kurzwiel, Chris Carter tells us to forget about Artificial Intelligence, computers do not have to be smarter than us. All they have to do is wait until we are dependent on them. Then lock us out! His new book “How To Predict The Future” combines health psychology with data visualization analysis and shows you how life boils down to numbers. Big numbers. Less than a dozen exabytes could contain every word ever written since the beginning of time. When you can visualize these numbers, you can begin to predict your future. This is a unique common thread through all of Chris Carter’s works.

With his producer friend, Gary Halpin, he published his first book, The Difference between Democrats and Republicans.” Chris was invited to Capitol Hill to present the book to Texas Congressman (R) Ron Paul. Ron bought two extra copies for his fellow Presidential candidates, John McCain and Barrack Obama.

WHEN: 20th March 2013 from 7-9PM
WHERE: Bienes Center for the Performing Arts 2812 SW 12th Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

Directions Map to Bienes Center for the Performing Arts

After the Meeting we might as well take advantage of one of the nearby venues for social networking after the show. Bring your Business Cards and see you there!

Chuck Williams

Chuck WilliamsStory Development for Animation

Featured Speaker:

Director/Producer Chuck Williams made his feature-producing  animated feature debut on “Brother Bear”.  Williams joined Disney’s Florida Studio the year it opened in 1989.  Williams edited the Studio’s debut project, “Roller Coaster Rabbit,” and did second-unit work on “The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin” and “The Lion King.” Following “The Lion King,” he shifted to Feature Animation’s Special Projects unit, working as editor and eventually producer on projects including the “Voyage of the Little Mermaid” attraction, the “Lion King” and “Aladdin” video games, the “Hercules” storybook, the Walt Disney World attraction “Legend of the Lion King,” as well as original animation for Disney’s California Adventure.

He later joined Digital Domain Media Group’s Tradition Studios after a 21-year career at Disney where he and his partner, Director Aaron Blaise, began work on their new animated movie, “The Legend of Tembo”.  The story is about “A young African elephant who ends up in China and becomes a battle elephant in order to get home.

“Chuck  Williams attended Florida Southern College in Lakeland, as well as University of London, where he studied theatre, and Florida State, where he earned a communications degree with filmmaking emphasis. He first delved into animation while in college, working with an artist on a short claymation film; between classes he worked in television news.

We will be accepting new members at this meeting.

We are using the FAU Downtown Campus Computer Graphics Laboratory Studio ( also known as the former Center for Electronic Communication). Given that this is in the heart of downtown’s entertainment district we might as well take advantage of nearby venues for social networking after the show.

Showtime:  December 11th at 7:00 p.m.
Location:     Florida Atlantic University
220 S.E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 921
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Parking is available along meters or in the City Parking facility across the street, slightly north.

Click here for directions

Dean Lyon

Showtime:
December 6, 2011
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Florida Atlantic University
School of Communication and Multimedia Studies
Askew Tower 

220 S.E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 921
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Check out some of the SIGGRAPH 2011 Conference Preview Videos!!