The School of Media Arts & Studies is pleased to announce that Rhythm & Hues Character Rigging Supervisor Ryan English recently visited MDIA 3160 (History of Computer Graphics) digitally to given a special guest presentation.
English discussed at length the Rhythm & Hues studio approach to character realism, a topic which all students and faculty in attendance greatly appreciated.
One of the world's leading producers of visual effects and animation for motion pictures, advertising and themed entertainment venues, Rhythm & Hues Studios is a tremendous creative resource with a vast array of technology and talent.
Headquartered in El Segundo, California, with additional facilities in India, Canada and Taiwan - R&H has produced animation and visual effects for more than 140 Hollywood feature films including "Life of Pi", "The Golden Compass" and "Babe," which all earned Academy Awards for Achievement in Visual Effects, (in 2013, 2008 and 1995 respectively). Hundreds of commercials and dozens of themed entertainment attractions have also been produced at the studio.