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Season 2023

2022 - 2023    SEASON EVENT LIST -    September 2022, thru June 2023

DIGITAL ART: Los Angeles ACM SIGGRAPH x EZTV/CyberSpace Gallery
The SECOND of FOUR [Annual Artshows]  The 1990's
September 13, 2022
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Blender V3.3 release
September 24, 2022
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Behind the Pixel - Past & Present Innovators: A Fireside Chat with a CGI Thought Leader
October, 2022
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Virtual Production for Live Performance
November 8, 2022
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AI project with Theoretical quantum physicists’ presentation
December 13, 2022
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Immersed in Digital Archiving and Restoration
January, 2023
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Computer Graphics for Wildfire Mapping
February 14, 2023
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CAREERS event with Kathleen Milnes
March 14, 2023
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The Future of AI in Arts & Entertainment
11-Apr-23
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JPL panel presentation @ JPL
May 9, 2023
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 The State of the Metaverse 2023
June 13, 2023
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MSG Sphere Studio Tour - Burbank
June, 2023
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LA ACM SIGGRAPH and the EZTV Online Museum present:

DIGITAL ART:  Los Angeles ACM SIGGRAPH x EZTV/CyberSpace Gallery

The SECOND OF FOUR [Annual Artshows]   The 1990's

Tuesday, Sept 13, 2022

Presenters include:  Paul Brown, Karl Sims, Barbara Nessim, Roman Verostko, and Vibeke Sorensen.  Followed by a special Electronic Theater Screening of the Artist's Digital Art.

This second of four annual artshows will take place at 7pm PDT /10pm EST, on Tuesday, September 13, 2022.  It will focus on digital art in the 1990's.

Curated by Michael J. Masucci, Joan Collins, and Victor Acevedo.

Registration is now open, and free.

LA SIGGRAPH joins LA.Blend for a joint event showcasing the latest features of Blender V3.3 (direct Zoom link). There will be a special presentation from artists from the Khronos Group to highlight the new import/export capability of Blender with glTF models and Physically Based Rendering (PBR). Image credits on event page.

One-on-one interview featuring Innovator John Gaeta, Creative Executive at Inworld AI and Carolyn Giardina, Technology Editor, The Hollywood Reporter (THR). Join us for a wide-ranging conversation, from The Matrix to the convergence of cinema and game-like experiences into the Metaverse.

CGPro takes us on a tour of Unreal 5’s new capabilities with case studies during this FREE virtual production.

 

6:15p - Members' In-Person presentation is SOLD OUT.
7:00p - The Live Stream will start on Zoom, and is Free for all. Registration is still open.

Date: December 13, 2022  Los Angeles time.

The In-Person presentation and Holiday Social is for MEMBERS ONLY, and is SOLD OUT.  No more seats available at the VIRTULARIUM Studio, (El Segundo, South of LAX). 

Watch the Hybrid Event on Live Zoom Stream.  All are encouraged to REGISTER for free for the Zoom Stream.  You must register here to gain access to the Zoom. 

The San Francisco Chapter joins forces with the Los Angeles Chapter to host a Zoom meeting for all of the leadership, volunteers, members, and want-to-be-involved people.    This **Golden State Mixer,** **Bay meets Hollywood** and the **San Francisco / Los Angeles Zoom Happy Hour,**  is brought to you by the volunteer people who have brought you Chapter events since 1978, and plan to continue for another forty years!   Calling all interested in participating.

Gregory Elwood,  GIS Specialist II, Ventura County Fire Department, goes through the software used today to battle wildfires in California.  The software application, ArcGIS Pro, published by Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) in Redlands, California, is the designated software used by Geographic Information System Specialists (GISS) to provide maps and mapping support to the Incident Commanders and Wildland Firefighters.