Living in a CG World
January 27, 2010
Animation and visual effects producer Terrence Masson draws on more than two decades of experience to explore the history of computer graphics. Masson has worked on over 20 feature films, including Fantastic Four, Star Wars Episode I: Phantom Menace, and Batman Forever. He is credited for single-handedly creating the original CG animation and rendering techniques used to launch the South Park television series in 1996. Hear behind-the-scenes stories about the people and companies that formed the CG industry and about the tools and techniques that are currently creating a buzz. Terrence Masson is the ACM SIGGRAPH 2010 Conference Chair, director of Game Design at Northeastern University, and author of CG101: A Computer Graphics Industry Reference.