Computers and Softwares are always considered to be the important aspects of today’s Digital films and Game Making process. Day by day, the quality of the visuals is getting better and better, but today’s artists are still emphasizing the old processes of working without understanding the fact that digital art is always controlled by mathematical calculation, especially while operating a software. The commands used to operate any 2D or 3D graphics are nothing but a series of mathematical calculations.

This Master Class webinar will help all the Students and Professionals to understand that Mathematics is very important in computer Animation, Visual Effects, and definitely in Gaming. While there is a lot of focus on art and storytelling in animated films, the foundation of computer graphics is mathematics.

So, the question is who needs to learn Mathematics in this Multimedia field. In our opinion, everyone should learn it but is mandatory for those people who are learning or working as:

1. Rigging Artist
2. Simulation Artist
3. Cloth/Hair/Fur Artist
4. Technical Director
5. Lighting Artist
6. Compositing Artist
7. Motion Graphics Artist
8. R&D Department
and many more …

This exclusive webinar will be conducted by Mr. Chetal Gazdar, Assistant General Manager – Technical, Frameboxx. Chetal has a robust background of Mathematics in his academics and professional career. At such an early age, he is a proud member of ‘Mathematics Association of Gujarat’. His various research in Mathematics are also mentioned in the ‘Suganitam’ book. He has conducted various seminars on Mathematics in the annual meeting of ‘Gujarat Ganit Mandal’ in front of many renowned Mathematicians.

Chetal has used Mathematics immensely during his academic life of Engineering Degree. With his love towards Mathematics and related Designs, he teaches it very easily. He incorporates Maths in many of his VFX lectures, to give it an extra edge. For various aspirants, he has also conducted an exclusive VFX seminar in a very prestigious Times Group event.

Find out the mystery behind Maths and Computer Graphics. Followed by live Q & A sessions.

Schedule: 9th July, Thursday, 2020
Time: 4 pm onwards

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