Incredible Response to KeyShot At SIGGRAPH 2014

by | Aug 15, 2014 | 0 comments

SIGGRAPH was nothing short of incredible this year. With the announcement of ‘KeyShot for ZBrush’ at the ZBrush Summit prior to SIGGRAPH, the conference was buzzing with excitement around the news. The KeyShot crew was in full force demonstrating from the KeyShot booth and as the exclusive renderer at the Intel booth. KeyShot grabbed the attention of attendees at the Lenovo launch party with the launch of their new workstation. And, we certainly need to thank artists Jerod Bogh, Steve Talkowski, Simon Williamson, Dominic Qwek, Andy Jones and Chris Rosewarne who helped show what the possibilities are with KeyShot. Here’s a quick recap of the event, with images and a Digital Tutors interview introducing ‘KeyShot for ZBrush’ with details from our very own Thomas Teger.

With Pixologic absent in lieu of throwing the ZBrush Summit, artists flooded the KeyShot booth for a look at the ZBrush bridge that takes all 3D data from ZBrush straight into KeyShot, including all MatCaps and PolyPaint, with a live link between the two to keep the model updated. Artist Jerod Bogh was on site showing how it works. Here is Thomas with details on the new integration.

Lenovo launched the Lenovo Thinkstation P Series at the Vancouver Art Gallery at which Adobe, Autodesk and Luxion were the featured partners. Attendees were able to see and use KeyShot on the new workstation.

We’ve rebooked for SIGGRAPH 2015 in Los Angeles, California, August 09 – 13, 2015. As usual we’ll have a lot to share and more incredible images created by KeyShot users. We’ll see you there.

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