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The BBC Needs You! (If you are in the U.K.)


bbcThe 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.


  1. 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.


  2. 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!

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