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Hollywood meets China on November 16 and 17

siliconreview Hollywood meets China on November 16 and 17

China is preparing for the International Conference & Exhibition on Visual Entertainment (ICEVE 2017). The conference is scheduled to be on November 16 and 17. The two days gathering is aimed at providing workshops on advanced technologies in image production for film, animation and immersive media. Key players in visual media production from China and overseas will congregate in Beijing this time to discuss on technologies that matter in the media industry.

The mission of the conference is to inspire innovation, address key industry challenges and guide participants towards future opportunities. The conference also provides a unique insight into the Chinese visual and immersive media landscape. The topics to be discussed involve quality film imaging, workflow innovation VR/AR content production, reality capture, and reality display and light-field technology. Apart from all this ICEVE will also feature: the 6th Chinese Advanced Imaging Awards, honoring the best film, TV, virtual reality and advanced imaging achievements by Chinese creators, the Advanced Imaging Exhibition showcasing the latest visual production technological innovation from China, a VR Experience Zone, showcasing China’s best virtual reality films, an International Academic Leaders Roundtable comprising 18 professors from China, the US and Europe. ICEVE is hosted by the Beijing Film Academy, China’s largest and most iconic film institution, which has already gained popularity for the program, and organized by the Advanced Innovation Center for Future Visual Entertainment (AICFVE), a government-funded initiative championing the development and implementation of cutting-edge tools and technology in China’s visual media production industries.