Reallusion was invited to showcase the realtime 3D platform, iClone 7 at the MIT Media Lab in a two-day event celebrating the intersection between art and technology.
The Hacking Arts Art and Tech Expo featured Reallusion among many other technology companies and MIT student tech projects. The MIT event which is held annually, brought speakers, performers, techies and artists from around the world to share their work and projects with other students and attendees.
MIT Media Lab interviews John Martin II Reallusion’s Marketing VP
The Reallusion realtime 3D experience featured iClone 7 animation software and live face motion capture with the Faceware Realtime for iClone plugin. Hacking Arts attendees and guests were able to see iClone’s instant face setup and motion capture using a basic webcam and laptop for capture. The solution showcases a uniquely powerful pipeline and affordable solution for any size indie project or studio.
About Hacking Arts
Hacking Arts ignites entrepreneurship and innovation within the creative arts. It brings together creative technologists, artists, innovators and hackers at MIT to explore the future of the arts at an annual Conference, Arts & Tech Expo and Hackathon.
Hacking Arts 2017 will mark the fifth annual festival held at the MIT Media Lab, fostering community and celebrating innovation in the creative industries: Design, Fashion, Film/Video, Gaming, Music, Performing Arts, Virtual/Augmented Reality and Visual Arts.
Hacking Arts is organized by the MIT Sloan School of Management Entertainment, Media & Sports Club in partnership with MIT’s Center for Art, Science, and Technology and the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship.