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Season 2011

Our events just don't happen - it takes a lot of planning. We end our 2009-2010 season with an Executive Council Planning meeting for the 2010-2011 season.

An informal meet and greet with current and past Executive Council and a chance to get a sneak peak at the awesome events the LA Chapter has in store this year. Learn about membership, and the benefits of volunteering. Open to all attendees.

Join us for a screening of the films selected for this year’s SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival.

** You Must RSVP To Attend **
The animation director and visual effects supervisor of the film show and tell all about the challenges in bringing the inhabitants of Underland to life.

Screening of Tim Burton's ALICE IN WONDERLAND.

SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH ALICE: The talented technicians behind Tim Burton's ALICE IN WONDERLAND

This month's event has been canceled due to a last-minute scheduling conflict. The Executive Committee will meet instead.

A Saturday joint event with the Visual Effects Society (VES) for a screening of Disney's "Tangled". This event is only open to current LA ACM SIGGRAPH Chapter members plus one guest per member.

The R&D team will discuss the pipeline and elements created for Disney’s retelling of the Rapunzel story.

Twenty-eight years ago when the Los Angeles SIGGRAPH Chapter was formed, the first presentation was on TRON. Join the artists at Digital Domain as they discuss the new installment in the story of code writer Flynn. Also, present will be visual effects artists from the 1982 TRON.

An overview of stereo post-production including capture, stereo compositing, stereo editing and stereo conversion.

A fresh look at the new visual effects tools used in to create effects for HD television programs: “CSI”, “The Pacific”, and “The Walking Dead”.

Members Only Join Zareh Gorjian of the Solar System Visualization project, and other members of the JPL computer graphics team, including several drivers of the Mars Rover, as they discuss space science, visual image processing and computer graphics technology in relation to the MSL, Juno, and Solar STEREO missions.

Visual effects from X-MEN FIRST CLASS will be presented.