Independence Day: Resurgence with Matthias Buehler

Gnomon School of Visual Effects has announced Independence Day: Resurgence – CityEngine Workflow, a free event hosted by Matthias Buehler in Los Angeles on Saturday July 30th at 2:30PM at the Gnomon Campus.

Join Gnomon to discover how CityEngine is being used to create impressive 3D cityscapes in the movies. Matthias Buehler, one of the very rare CityEngine specialists, will take to the Gnomon Stage to discuss the CityEngine-related work on Independence Day: Resurgence. As Environment Developer Lead at Scanline VFX in Vancouver, Matthias was responsible for the implementation of a strong-yet-flexible workflow, for not just Resurgence but also various other upcoming releases. Matthias will share his experiences and some of the technical challenges of the resulting workflows and will also offer a live CityEngine demo. This presentation is for anyone interested in VFX, procedural workflows and technical making-of talks.

If you’re a student, hobbyist or professional interested in working in 3D environments and visual effects, do not miss this opportunity to experience the event live at the Gnomon campus. Entry is by RSVP only, and seating is first-come-first-served. The event will also be available on Livestream for those who can’t attend in person*.

* You do not need to RSVP if you intend to watch the Livestream only.

Schedule

2:30 pm – 3:10 pm: CityEngine Workflow on Independence Day: Resurgence with Matthias Buehler
3:10 pm – 3:40 pm: Live Demo in CityEngine with Matthias Buehler
3:40 pm – 4:00 pm: Audience Questions

Guest Speaker

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Matthias Bueller—CityEngine Specialist and Founder of vrbn

Matthias is a CityEngine specialist with a Master’s degree in Architecture plus a strong expertise in photorealistic rendering and technical scripting. After completing his CityEngine work on Independence Day: Resurgence at Scanline VFX in Vancouver, he has since founded his own company, vrbn, which provides expert services in the field of procedural 3D cities.


About the author

Daniel is the Product Manager for ArtStation.