By Sam Hall
University of Hawaii students showed their creations this week at prestigious conference in Los Angeles.
Students submitted 3D character animated short films. The animated short films were completed with students working independently from concept to completion.
“Having our students’ work showcased during the event is exciting exposure for them, as countless industry professionals, artists, researchers, and technologists will see their work, said Brittany Biggs, ACM assistant professor.
SIGGRAPH is one of the largest and most prestigious annual conferences for computer graphics and interactive techniques in the world.