The guys at Lagos-based, architecture and 3d Visualization firm, Chronos Studeos, are putting together their 3rd annual google+ hangout event that will you help step your game up when it comes to creating photorealistic renderings and visualisations.
So, if you want to chat and interact with visualization professionals, follow the instructions below and grab yourself a front row seat to actively participate.
HOW DO I SIGN UP TO ATTEND?
To actively participate in the Presentation Room (with voice and video), You will be able to Voice Chat, Interact and Ask Questions, please reserve a free seat below. You will receive an activation link and subsequently, we will send you the link to enter the Presentation Room Online before the Event Starts:
A web browser installed on your computer (Google Chrome preferably), or the Google Hangout app installed on a smartphone with video enabled.
Good internet connection.
Be on seat 10 minutes before the 9pm start time.
Remember: Due to the rules surrounding live video streaming on Google Hangouts, limited seats are available for the interactive aspect of the event, so we urge you to sign up just as soon as you’re sure you will attend.
If you are unable to get a seat (hurry now), you can follow a live stream of the event here on the Chronos Studeosblog. Alternatively, you canWATCH THE LIVE VIDEO STREAM(you will only be able to Live Chat and Ask Questions but we won’t hear or see you)
Wednesday 21st December 2016 by 9pm Nigerian time (GMT+1)
I will be speaking about the Making of Madison in Lekki-Ikoyi. The modelling of the link bridge and the surrounding cityscape alongside the Lagoon simulation with modifiers in 3DsMax. The project was designed to appeal to all users of the Lekki-Ikoyi Link bridge as the billboard would host premium advertisement for a major advertising agency in Lagos, Nigeria.
I will be speaking and showcasing the works done on Crimson Court at Jericho, Ibadan. Project is a 12 luxury terrace home, 3 blocks with 4 units each on an approximate 4500 sq meters. The most interesting part of the project was that the Client is an Architect with eye for detail and we had to do every design to precise detail to exactly how it would be built both interiors and exterior.