SIGGRAPH 2011: The Studio


    The Studio is the place for making and creating at SIGGRAPH 2011. Roll your sleeves up and get hands on in your Home of Creative Invention. An amazing space where experts, attendees, and the latest technologies are brought together to create new works, experiment, and collaborate. Leave your old work behind, come to The Studio, and create something new.

    Studio Workshops
    A series of in-depth workshops taught by the best in the industry at 15 hands-on workstations (maximum capacity: 50 persons per workshop).

    Digital Artistry Sessions
    Use Wacom tablets to integrate your creativity with digital technology at 15 hands-on workstations (maximum capacity: 50 persons per session).

    Studio Talks
    Take a behind-the-scenes look at Studio-related technologies, artwork, and concepts. Then follow up with the presenters in informal sessions after their talks.

The Studio Chair:

Subcommittee Member(s):


Scan – Model – Print: A Roundtable Chat:

    The SIGGRAPH 2011 Studio kicks off this year’s conference with a Roundtable Chat that explores the past, present, and future of digital technologies. The Scan – Model – Print: Roundtable Chat panel visionaries are:

    Cory Doctorow The Guardian, The New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and Wired, Contributor and Boing Boing blog Co-Editor

    Hyeong-Seok Ko SIGGRAPH Asia 2010 Conference Chair Seoul National University
    Michael Raphael Direct Dimensions, Inc.
    Peter Weijmarshausen Shapeways
    Dallas Luther Maker Faire Vancouver
    Adam Mayer MakerBot Industries

Labs / Studio / Guerrilla Studio:
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