FITC Amsterdam 2020
DesignDevInspire
  • 2020-02-24 00:00:00 2020-02-25 00:00:00 America/Toronto FITC Amsterdam 2020 Amsterdam FITC
  • CET
  • Amsterdam
  • #FITCAmsterdam

Presentation

Overview

Working in the field of visual effects for the last ten years has enabled Peter to work on several truly great films, and solve really interesting creative and artistic challenges. One of the byproducts of his work is keeping an eye on the emerging technologies in the field, always thinking about how they can enable future films and projects he works on to be better, processes more efficient and the whole experience more fulfilling for the clients and artists involved.

A very interesting aspect of these new — and sometimes not so new — technologies is what happens when these are used outside the scope of films or other commercial projects. By experimenting freely, his research has found techniques and approaches that enable previously unseen and unexperienced aspects of history, to  become visible and more approachable for the general public.

Objective

To show the audience how various uncovered processes allow people to get a closer look at various historical events and find previously hidden secrets

Target Audience

Film lovers, technically curious people

Five Things Audience Members Will Learn

  1. Some interesting things about the films Peter has worked on (ex Blade Runner 2049)
  2. The magic of using things in ways they were not designed for
  3. How approachable these techniques are
  4. How they allow us to get a better look at things that would be really difficult otherwise
  5. How this experimentation shows us things that were hidden before