We’re excited to announce the launch of The Pulse—a new series of interviews and live Q&As exploring the latest thinking on interactive 3D technology.
The Pulse will uncover the emerging trends in real-time 3D across architecture, automotive, film & TV, and games. Each month will focus on a different industry and feature a host leading a panel of experts in discussion on some of the cutting-edge innovations transforming the way we work.
If you’re interested in keeping up with the forward-thinking people and cutting-edge projects shaping industries today, this is the place for you.
Our guest hosts will include experts such as fxguide co-founder Mike Seymour, who will lead the session on virtual production in the film and TV industry, and Brian Crecente, former video games editor of Variety and Rolling Stone, who will host the session on next-gen games.
The first episode of The Pulse will look at the ways interactive technology is transforming collaboration in the architecture, engineering, and construction industries. David Basulto, Founder and Director of ArchDaily.com, will lead a panel to discuss how collaboration using real-time tools opens up new creative possibilities.
Join us to learn about the latest developments and get inspiration for applying this technology in your own business.
Coming up on The Pulse
Animation | September 29 | Watch now
Join us as we explore how real-time rendering has changed the traditional animation pipeline, and what we can expect to see in the future.
Architecture | August 11 | Watch now
Discover how virtual spaces and interactive technology are transforming collaboration across the AEC industry.
Film & TV | September 9 | Watch now
Explore how post-production is moving to the front of the film and TV pipeline, ushering in a new way of creating content.
Automotive | October 20 | Watch now
Take a dive into the shift to digital across the automotive industry and how it’s powering innovations in design, manufacturing, and marketing.
Games | November | Watch now
Join us as we peel back the curtain to reveal what next-gen games will look like, feel like, and play like.
Keep your finger on The Pulse
We’ve got sessions on architecture, automotive, film & TV, and games in store for you. Take a look at what's on and pre-register your spot!