Talk Digital - 3G
Darklight Film Festival, in association with the Diageo LibertiesLearning Initiative presents:3G - Next Generation - Talk Digital @ The Digital Hub with Karlin Lillington, Technology Journalist, The Irish TimesTalk Digital @ The Digital Hub is a series of informal discussions for the digital media and creative sectors. The series brings together experts from industry, research and the public sector.
HDV camera seminar
Eurotek in conjunction with Sony will present a seminar on this revolutionary new digital video format that realises consumer high-definition digital video recording.
Negotiating Public Space
Darklight Film Festival and City Arts Centre are hosting a roundtable table discussion to explore Public Space and how artists negotiate and advance work in the public domain. The parameters for public arts practice are broadening to include new media and virtual space. The potential for performance led and interactive art projects is increasing and provides the means to communicate the many voices and opinions of a community, locality or particular space in ways that are coherent, accessible, challenging and visually interesting.
How do artists progress work which explicitly interrogates public space within the city against the backdrop of increasing restrictions and ever more heavilyregulated public space? What is the potential for digital art to address and infiltrate the city and to address the
definition of 'public' in interesting ways?
3D Studio Max
Eurotek in conjunction with Discreet will be showing 3D and compositing tools for Film and TV.Discreet empowers media professionals to realise the visual experience and transform their most evocative and ambitious visions into reality.Discreet award-winning solutions are designed for digital media creation, management and delivery across all disciplines from film and television visual effects, colour grading and editing.
On show will be Discreet 3D s Max, the most widely used 3d animation programs for film and TV. From 3D storyboards and digital matte paintings to realistic digital environments, believable characters, and impressive crowds, 3Ds Max is the only solution 3d max was used in films such as; The Day after tomorrow, The Matrix, Catch me if you can, The Italian Job, Star Trek Nemesis Lee Griffin: Eurotek Michael Langmayer: Discreet