Bunkspeed's informative and entertaining first webinar with Car Design News was well worth a watch. However, if you missed "Bunkspeed presents the Future of 3D Visualization with NVIDIA and Daniel Simon," now's your chance to see the visually-striking presentation again.
The webinar was presented by Bunkspeed's general manager, David Randle. Randle has over eight years of experience in creative services, interface design, marketing and product management, business management and experience design with Bunkspeed.
He was joined by Bunkspeed's manager of business development, design and consulting, Brian Hillner; and Phillip Miller, the director of software product management at NVIDIA professional solutions group. Miller boasts a wealth of experience, having worked in the professional software tools industry for the past 17 years.
Rounding off the panel was movie concept designer Daniel Simon. Having obtained his degree in automotive design from Pforzheim University, Germany, he spent five years at Volkswagen's advanced studio near Barcelona, Spain, then became senior designer for Bugatti.
In 2007, his first book, Cosmic Motors, was published, opening the doors to Hollywood where he became vehicle concept designer on the feature film Tron: Legacy. Simon now works in Los Angeles, California, on a variety of concept-design projects for Hollywood productions and clients.
In the webinar, he talks through how he uses Bunkspeed's products to take his spectacular visual creations to the next level.