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LightWork Design presents at ACM Siggraph Professional Chapter(February 12, 2008)
Neil Gatenby - Senior Software Specialist at LightWork Design - will be the keynote speakers at this event. He will be discussing how LightWork Design is integrating the latest cutting edge technology within actual software solutions, addressing the mass rather than the specialist end user base.
ACM Siggraph Chapters are concerned with the advancement of computer graphics and interactive techniques, its related technologies and applications and are widely respected within the computer graphics community. LightWork Design is delighted to be contributing to this event in discussing the technological advances which are taking place within its renowned LightWorks product.
For more information about the event go to www.kato.rcs.manchester.ac.uk/rss-wiki/ACM_SIGGRAPH_Chapter
About LightWork Design
LightWork Design is the world's leading supplier of rendering solutions for developers of advanced 3D computer graphics software. Established in 1989, LightWork Design has continually developed LightWorks to provide customers with innovative and market-focused solutions for the creation of powerful and easy-to-use rendering applications. Renowned for its physically accurate visualisation of real-world objects and environments, LightWorks is the ideal choice for applications targeted at the AEC, Configuration, and Industrial markets. LightWorks is supplied as a complete solution which includes the SDK, support, training and consultancy services, to give customers fast and efficient access to leading-edge rendering technology, resulting in shorter development cycles, faster time-to-market for new products, and lower software development costs.
LightWorks is the de facto standard for integrated rendering in advanced 3D graphics applications, embedded in over 80 software applications and used by more than 2 million users worldwide.
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