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  09 September 2016
Hey Travis and everyone else at iMT. I'm looking forward towards the opportunity of combining art, science, and engineering. I have 5 years of experience working as a design engineer over at Beale AFB, CA. My engineering projects include wastewater treatment systems, physical security design, HVAC, and power generator equipment.

Currently, I'm working towards transitioning into concept art for feature film and entertainment design. My strengths are in hard surface design, architectural design, and keyframe art.

Because I've worked both sides of the field, I do not see the division between the artist and the engineer. I believe art and technology have always found a need for one another and I constantly reference artists such as Walt Disney who visioned that idea with his team of Imagineers.

Below is a sample of work related to iMT:

Space Station Project for CGSociety's Thrust Challenge










Droid Design for ILM AD Challenge




Exosuit Design For Metal Gear Solid Raiden Redesign




 
  09 September 2016
If there is science and CG I'm in ! now working on polymers simulation and visualization of molecules. Also started working on a cultural heritage project !
Giorgio
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  10 October 2016
Product designer / aspiring concept and CG artist

Hi Travis, you met me at Gnomon School of Visual Effects some years ago. I am originally a product designer from Colombia and I find this project perfect for me. I am currently working on illustration but I am a product designer and have more than five years of experience in this field.

Please visit my portfolio where you will find my work as a product designer right here:

http://sboterod.blogspot.com.co/p/m...s-engineer.html

You can see some of my 3D work here:

http://sboterod.blogspot.com.co/p/in-3d.html

And here, where I am working on my concept art/CG portfolio as well:

http://sboterod.cgsociety.org/

Please contact me if you would like to know more about my past work. Thank you.
 
  10 October 2016
I am in

http://www.igorstaritsin.com/
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  10 October 2016
This looks like an incredibly interesting idea to combine art, engineering and science, and I would be highly interested in joining the team.

http://www.dcslider.com
 
  10 October 2016
Hey guys, just wanted to throw my hat/hand in with a few projects I've been focusing on. I actually wanted to go to MIT when they weren't checking admission scores though I can't say what I would've majored in. I thought about AI but then I really like animation. especially CG.

BTW has anyone seen Grinning Evil Death created by some students there back in the 90s? It was a seamless mix of both 2D and 3D characters. I'm interested in creating games, AI, and other entertainment based animations like the one I mentioned above. Fascinated by robots, and more specifically robot vehicles.

I've posted a wireframe of a mech selector for a game I'm working on to my FB page feed. Feel free to join me on there if you want, I don't play mindgames.

https://www.facebook.com/wholebitmedia

I've also created a video loop that is an example of a particular type of alternative artificial intelligence as seen in the Gibson novel Neuromancer. I hope to use this as the basis for a metaphysical pan to exploit mental eigenstates to convey large amounts of information to the user abstractly. (Read the video description)

https://vimeo.com/137323453

Here's my homepage, not too many gigs these days, also trying to fund

www.wholebitmedia.com

I'm on here as "whole-bit" but couldn't get my password back from Google...

Terry
 
  10 October 2016
This is my first post here I believe. Have been watching this CGSociety for a long time but now I am posting because of this opportunity.

http://danielthiele.blogspot.de/p/p...d-vehicles.html
 
  10 October 2016
Thanks for the great response everyone we will post an update this week sometime and get you guys up to speed.
 
  10 October 2016
Hi, I'd like to put my name forward if it's not too late!

I'm an architectural visualiser / matte painter with a particular interest in sustainable architecture and green tech.

You can see some of my work here: http://derekjackson.cgsociety.org/

Based in the UK - hopefully that's not a problem.

Looking forward to hearing more!

Last edited by derekjackson : 10 October 2016 at 08:23 AM.
 
  10 October 2016
Really a nice idea

Here some of my works as digital artist:
http://salros.cgsociety.org/

Here some of my works as engineer:
http://salvatorerosano.altervista.org/

Thanks!
 
  11 November 2016
for sure interested

Hey Travis, we meet in Gnomons School some time ago
I am interested with this idea for sure.

http://marcinrubinkowski.cgsociety.org/
www.rubinkowski.com
 
  11 November 2016
Version

Really like the work in the last post. I especially like the way this pic is able to filter out what does not work in a typical city skyline.

http://marcinrubinkowski.cgsociety....ture-2d-1324842

I've been working on getting together a city protocol for procedural work. I'm working in CAD in Lightwave but I'm not really an architect but I've been boning up for the past few uears months ect.

A lot of times people with budgets will take a conceptual approach to creating environments but it seems to yield only a few gems that have to be reverse engineered.

Also like the above pic b/c it reminds me of some old school 2D artwork that might be done for R-Type or Gradius...that'd be kinda what I would expect a great game environment to look like...
 
  12 December 2016
Just found this thread, but it looks like all the information is gone so I have no idea what the project is. Would love to collaborate with some new people though. Count me in. (new portfolio is coming soon)
 
  12 December 2016
Definetley seems to be a lack of activity as you say Imahotep(if that's your real name :" , Just don't want you to experience the deafening silence of the vast and infinite net! Like I said architecture for me recently. Here's a vid showing some normal everyday structures to start off with. l guess most people here have normal everyday jobs and spoke to soon in the name of collabs. :P

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFJG5yekIvQ

Are you involved in 3D printing at all or preparation for creating scale models?

The best,
Terry
 
  01 January 2017
IMT Beta Site open for CG Society Members
beta test open for CG society members/ www.imtspace.com

We are working on the iMT site and are setting up content. Artists interested in teaming up with Scientists and starting conversations can register now. andFollow the link and introduce yourself in the Art and Design forums here. http://imtspace.com/index.php?forums/art-design.13/

We will be making updates and changing the site and forums over the next two weeks prior to launch so feel free to give feedback and jump in.

If you are already working in the field and would like to highlight your work or studio let us know and we will feature you
 
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