CGW cover and feature story – Siggraph 2008

I got the cover and feature story for the Computer Graphics World magazines August issue.

(Volume: 31 Issue: 8)


"This year’s SIGGRAPH conference is acknowledging the dynamic shift
toward 3D in the entertainment industry, not only by the two days of
programming on the subject, but also by commissioning veteran animation
artist Meats Meier to create a digital hologram to serve as the
centerpiece for the conference and the exhibition’s newly revamped
Computer Animation Festival. "


You can read the feature story here at the CGW website.
The article was written by Linda Law.

Life size print at the RabbitHoles holographic exhibit in the west hall.  There was another mirrored version on the opposite side.  A few other artists holograms (from the Gnomon Gallery show) were also on display.

A close up of one of the large banners inside the Los Angeles convention center.


  Also mentioned in this article about the show (interview with Jill Smolen, conference director). has me on their front page currently, with a few details about how I used Zbrush (along with Maya and Groboto) to create the image.




A few frames from the 3D title sequence used for the opener to the Stereoscopic 3D sessions at Siggraph curated by Rob Engle (Sony Imageworks). 


Featured on the cover of the animation festival DVD set and main program guide.



Inside of the Computer Animation Festival DVD (booklet and DVD print).


On the big screen.



On the large LCD screens outside of the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.