NEW YORK | MAY 15-16 2023
RTES Program is constantly evolving. We keep adding Keynotes, Working Sessions and Roundtables. Check this website periodically for updates.
Strategic Keynotes and Straightforward Fireside Chats
Each day will be framed by top-notch keynote presentations and fireside chats with leading innovators.
These plenary talks provide insight on economic issues rippling across industries and how real-time technologies promise to address those challenges, giving attendees key context for the day’s discussion.
Strategic Keynotes and Straightforward Fireside Chats take place in the main auditorium of the Museum of the Moving Image
Unity Keynote on Monday, May 15
SVP & GM
Unity Create – Unity
Freeing the 3D data of the enterprise
How RT3D drives make your critical data available to all employees and useful throughout the value chain. From design, development, manufacturing, sales, and marketing to operations and customer support.
JOIN THE VIRTUAL PRODUCTION WORKING SESSION AT RTES 2023
Monday May 15 from 1:30 to 5:30 PM ET.
Join Barbara Ford Grant – President Prysm Stages, Ed Ulbrich – Former CEO Digital Domain and former President Method Studios, Rob Legato – President KTM Productions, Ryan Beagan – Former VP, Virtual Production at Warner Bros, Paolo Tamburrino – Executive Producer for Virtual Production and Visual Effects, Philipp Wolf – Executive-in-Charge, Corporate Strategy at DNEG, and many more to discuss the following topics:
Creative Content Evaluation & Execution Strategies for Virtual Production
Discuss execution strategies for how to educate, guide, and manage titles and filmmakers to engage in new technology workflows across simple, complex, and global content.
Budgeting Strategies for Complex Virtual Production
Open dialogue about tactics of success when evaluating and unpacking virtual production content opportunities. When to hire in the development process, key takeaways that move titles to greenlight, learnings on setting up VAD, scheduling/budgeting/crewing, etc.
Virtual Production Stage Development and Business Strategies
Now that the industry has developed many permutations of LED Volumes with a myriad of partners and technologies, what has worked, what has been challenging, what have the risks been, and what learnings can we share. Discussion about the design and architecture, partnerships to execute, financial burden and content execution approaches, derisking technology obsolescence, etc
Barbara Ford Grant
President Prysm Stages
Former CEO Digital Domain and former President Method Studios
President KTM Productions
Former VP, Virtual Production at Warner Bros
ECONOMIC IMPACT OF REAL-TIME TECHNOLOGIES ON ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION (AECO)
Monday May 15 from 1:30 to 5:30 PM ET
Join Mateusz Gawad – Senior Associate, Visualization Regional Director at HOK | Member-at-Large at American Society of Architectural Illustrators, Rotimi Seriki – Design Visualization Manager at Teague (Aerospace design studio), Austin Reed – Associate Vice President, Director Creative Media Studio – HNTB, Kerenza Harris – Associate Principal @Morphosis + Faculty @SCI-Arc and Reeti Gupta – Director of Practice Technology at HKS for a 4 hours working session devoted to the Economic Impact of real-time technologies on Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operation (AECO).
Economic Impact of the Real-Time Design Process.
Closer look at the benefits of real-time design techniques, potential for a long-term cost reduction, increased efficiency, and improved overall project outcomes. Analysis of initial financial burdens involved in adoption of the process and how they can be mitigated. Executive strategies and risks factors while reacting to the digital acceleration.
Evaluation of Real-Time Solutions and Implementation Strategies.
Discussion about strategies and solutions necessary for deployment of successful, scalable digital ecosystems. Analysis of available platforms, licensing models, and other considerations like data standardization or education.
Digital Twin Development and Data Ownership.
The creation and maintenance of XR-ready, connected, and optimized models can generate massive costs. As a result, it’s important to reconsider data, standardization, timing, and architectural added services to collaborate in a large digital playground. Discussion about the digital aspects of architecture, from concept to operations. Open conversation about data ownership, deliverables, and digital waste in architecture.
Mateusz Gawad – Senior Associate, Visualization Regional Director at HOK | Member-at-Large at American Society of Architectural Illustrators
Design Visualization Manager at Teague (Aerospace design studio)
Associate Vice President, Director Creative Media Studio – HNTB
Associate Principal @Morphosis + Faculty @SCI-Arc
Director of Practice Technology at HKS
Roundtables occur simultaneously in a shared space, allowing participants to take part in multiple conversations. Each roundtable will sit 10 participants, including the table leader. An opportunity for informal, organic discourse.
Secure your seat and join the following round tables:
AI in Visual Arts
Curated and hosted by Andrew Schmied, Leader of RealTime Society Special Interest Group devoted to AI in Visual Arts.
Evolving the Animation Workflow with Real Time Tools
Curated and hosted by Doug Cooper, leader of the Special Interest Group for the Use of Real-Time Tools in Animation Production as a part of the Real Time Society.
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
Curated and hosted by Philipp Wolf and Carolyn Pitt, leaders of the RealTime Society Special Interest Group Equity, Diversity & Inclusion.
Museum Of The Moving Image
36-01 35th Ave, Queens, NY 11106, United States