Our team will be in the University of Warwick’s Oculus building demonstrating the potential for computer graphics pipelines to use the cloud for workstations, storage, and render. We’ll be running four workstations remotely via the latest V1200 series 10zig thin clients. Each thin client supports the Teradici PCoIP Protocol, enabling users to access a fully integrated cloud workflow.
“It’s fantastic to be exhibiting at DEVELOP3D Live this year," comments Lee Danskin, Chief Technology Officer at Escape Technology. “Events like this are a great opportunity to share knowledge with the community and show off the latest in technology for computer graphics businesses.”
At 4:00 PM Lee will be giving a presentation about cloud workflows in the Oculus building. He will be discussing the potential of the cloud in computer graphics, covering architecture, post production, games, and VR.
DEVELOP3D Live takes place on 20th March at the Warwick Arts Centre. Register for your free ticket here.