Foundry Live Coming in March

Foundry, the developer of Nuke, Modo, and other tools, announced the return of its Foundry Live event which will happen between 15-25 March 2021.

The initiative is a series of online events focused on key trends in the VFX industry. It will also showcase Foundry’s latest updates. This year's sessions will discuss the future of Look Development and Lighting, the latest releases of Nuke and Modo, and more.

"We remain committed to offering the best software tools to help artists save time and get to the final image faster. This year at Foundry Live, we will reveal our latest updates on interoperability and software integration and discuss how we make creative work even more enjoyable for artists everywhere. We are bringing back our Education Summit dedicated to educators who are teaching the next generation of VFX professionals the skills required to succeed with the tools of the future”, Jennifer Goldfinch, Foundry’s Director of Industry Marketing, said.


The Future of Look Development and Lighting Solutions

Monday, March 15th -  6:00 PM GMT | 1:00 PM EST | 10:00 AM PST 

Foundry’s Look Development and Lighting team will discuss the roadmap for Mari and Katana. 


Empowering Artists with Nuke 13.0

Tuesday, March 16th -  6:00 PM GMT | 1:00 PM EST | 10:00 AM PST 

Learn about Nuke 13, its key features and updates, including the intro of a Hydra-based 3D viewport, machine learning-enabled tools, and more. 


Key Forces and Technologies driving change in the VFX industry

Thursday, March 18th -  6:00 PM GMT | 1:00 PM EST | 10:00 AM PST 

This session is focused on the technologies driving the changes to production as we know it, the benefits they’re set to bring, and more.


3D Design for Artists with Modo 15

Tuesday, March 23rd -  7:00 PM GMT | 2:00 PM EST | 11:00 AM PST 

The Modo product designers and a panel of industry professionals will talk about the upcoming Modo 15.0 release.


Education Summit 2021

Thursday, March 25th -  8:00 PM GMT | 3:00 PM EST | 12:00 PM PST 

The team is going to discuss artist-driven machine learning tools coming to Nuke.


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