After the successful V-Ray India Roadshows and our recent FMX Party in Stuttgart, YellowDog’s partnership with Chaos Group takes us next to the Total Chaos conference in Sofia, Bulgaria this weekend.
Welcoming the best and brightest of visualisation, animation and VFX from around the world, Total Chaos offers masterclasses, expert insight, and exclusive reveals on May 18th and 19th – and our Callum McDonnell is excited to be there.
“Total Chaos is absolutely the place to go if you want to hear the latest in rendering technologies,” explains Callum, “and there have been enough hints about V-Ray and Corona developments for us to expect news on new features. We’ll also be looking forward to catching up with customers including INK and AECOM, and there’s a great schedule of keynotes and workshops I can’t wait to attend. Total Chaos is absolutely one of the best events in the rendering calendar.”
And Callum is not wrong: masterclasses in crafting elements, Forest Pack and RailClone, and hacks will be given by leading experts from half M.T, the Corona Academy, and Porsche. Delegates will learn about how to best use technologies and tools, explore solutions for their pipeline, and get the opportunity to meet some of the great creative technicians creating stand out visuals across the industry.
YellowDog’s relationship further deepens with Chaos Group: in addition to delivering world class support for V-Ray and Corona rendering, the team is very proud to be one of the first rendering solutions to support VR scans, and Callum will be keeping a close eye on advances in new releases such as V-ray GPU, which could make use of YellowDog’s Limitless GPU capacity.
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