disguise is amongst the industry leaders behind the event which will happen on November 3 and 4 at CodeNode
frame:work, the community organisation for creative video professionals working in live events, installations and virtual productions, will host its first ever in-person conference in London, frame:work:london, happening on November 3 and 4 at CodeNode. The full, two-day programme is available here, and will be a combination of panels with key industry experts, networking opportunities and demos with sponsors such as disguise, Notch and Brompton Technology.
frame:work:london is a conference for conversations about the unique challenges of creating video for physical spaces, live performance and virtual worlds. Attendees range from expert practitioners, partner creative disciplines, production leadership, new professionals and students. The goal of the event is to create community and share valuable insights across real-time content creation, screens content for live entertainment, or interactive content.
Visitors are able to access the full conference schedule and sponsor roster at the website, which includes several key industry experts such as multi-BAFTA-winning motion designer and creative director Kate Dawkins, co-founder of Bild Studios David Bajt and founder of Luminous FX and frame:work, Laura Frank.
Fernando Küfer, CEO at sponsoring company, disguise, says: “We’re extremely excited to be supporting frame:work’s first in-person conference and connect with fellow industry leaders from across the borders. As long-term friends of this community, it has been wonderful to follow its steady growth and its impact over the last three years, bringing together brilliant minds to inspire and educate the industry and work together to build the new generation of talent.”
disguise founder Ash Nehru will take part in a panel discussion alongside XR Studios President J.T. Rooney, looking at emerging technology and the future of the industry. disguise’s Head of Cloud Solutions, Niall Thompson, will also host a talk on the newly launched disguise Cloud collaboration platform designed specifically for the media & entertainment industry.
Tickets are on sale at the event’s official website and prices range from £39 to £99.