2014 FSU Autodesk Day
Published April 8, 2014
The College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance will host Autodesk Day in conjunction with Autodesk at the Turnbull Center April 15, 2014. The event celebrates Autodesk’s recent software grant to Florida State University. Lee Fraser, FSU Alum and Senior Technical Specialist for Autodesk, will demonstrate the potential of various Autodesk programs. The FSU community is invited to attend.
Limited Seating Available
The schedule for the day is as follows:
10:00am – 11:30am – Maya 2015 and Entertainment Creation Suite 2015 New release features and enhancements
11:30 – 12:15 – Lunch break
12:15 – 1:45 – Virtual Production Workflows: Tools and features in Maya 2015 and Motionbuilder 2015
About Lee Fraser:
Lee Fraser started working for Alias|Wavefront 17 years ago as an Application Engineer supporting Maya customers. He now works as a Sr. Technical Specialist for Autodesk focusing on helping customers get the most out of Maya, Mudbox, and MotionBuilder in a variety of pipelines. He has enjoyed working with a diverse array of customers from NASA to Disney and EA to the Hare Krishnas and numerous individual artists in between. He is a frequent speaker at User Groups and Trade Shows around the country such as Siggraph and GDC and often helps produce demo content for these events. He has also conducted training for numerous magazine writers that evaluate Maya for review articles including CGW, 3dWorld, and Post. Lee attended Florida State University where he attended classes focusing on Film, editing, and studio broadcast.
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