The BBC is looking for someone in the UK (3rd week in May) to do an informal demo of Blender to a bunch of MA Art students - creating 3D content for a 3D Holographic Projection.
We promise lots of fun!
Please get in touch with me - Hannah to find out more.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Blender Broadcasting Corporation sounds good... eh? No? Ok. Let's keep Blendernation. :)
As for the open lab, I've read the "About" in the Open Lab's page and although I got the general idea, I still wonder how it works in the fact.
I also think it would be interesting to have more details about the holographic device people are supposed to make content to, as many of these sometimes have polygon/framerate/size restrictions... The people who wish to make a demo might need to know these details beforehand to accomodate a viewable model.
^^' darn the Channel and darn it for having a good side and a wrong side. And darn myself for being on the wrong one.
Thanks for posting this - I have dropped Hannah a line!
2.49 rc1 is out now! too bad I don't live in England. cheer! I said lad...
awwwk i would have been really interested but have exams then.
guess it wasn't to be :P
It was a kind of problems for some of my colleagues when I was reading blenders forums in the break time /in a warehouse/.
Anyway good to know, the BBC help to solve this problem in the future.
Thanks for posting and for the BBC!