Exodyssey: Visual Development of an Epic Adventure by Steambot Studios

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In its first installment of their own Intellectual Property, Steambot Studios, a collective of six digital artists working in the world of visual Entertainment, takes us aboard an epic science fiction journey. In "Exodyssey" - created in parallel with a series of educational DVDs - the group demonstrates their creative production art techniques developed through many years of experience in the field (E.A., Activision, Unisoft, Epic, Digital Dimension, Canol Plus...). Follow the Steambot crew through an original ...

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Overview

In its first installment of their own Intellectual Property, Steambot Studios, a collective of six digital artists working in the world of visual Entertainment, takes us aboard an epic science fiction journey. In "Exodyssey" - created in parallel with a series of educational DVDs - the group demonstrates their creative production art techniques developed through many years of experience in the field (E.A., Activision, Unisoft, Epic, Digital Dimension, Canol Plus...). Follow the Steambot crew through an original but also realistic point of view on futuristic civilizations, space transportation and society.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781933492407
  • Publisher: Design Studio PR
  • Publication date: 4/1/2009
  • Pages: 172
  • Product dimensions: 9.40 (w) x 12.10 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

David Levy is an internationally recognized expert on artificial intelligence. He is president of the International Com-puter Games Association and in 1997 led the team that won the Loebner Prizeā€”the world championship for conversational computer software. In 2006 he became the first person ever to present papers on intimate relationships with robotic partners at an international conference. He is also the author of "Robots Unlimited". Levy lives in London with his wife, Christine, and their cat.

Steambot Studios is a collective of five digital artists - David Levy, Nicolas Ferrand, Thierry Doizon, Joel Dos Reis Viegas, and Sebastien Larroude - working in the world of visual entertainment. The label is based in Montreal, Canada, and benefits from 10 years quality experience.

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