MEDIA COMPLETE FIRST 3DS MAX COURSE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF
Cherry of Eon Media receiving his certificate
first in a series of cutting edge corporate training
courses in powerful 3D design and visualisation software
has just been completed at the University of Hull.
course is an introduction to Autodesk's 3ds max -
now an industry-standard for businesses ranging from
architectural visualisation, to web development, broadcast,
and film - that takes complete beginners to the point
where they can embark on their own 3D projects.
course is a collaboration between training providers
Zabanda media Ltd and the Hull Immersive Visualisation
Environment (HIVE), based in the Department of Computer
Science at the University of Hull.
this initial success, future courses are planned that will
give attendees the same unique opportunity to use the high-powered
3D graphics workstations and 3D stereo facilities of the
Cherry of Eon Media (pictured receiving his certificate)
said "Since completing the course, I immediately put
3ds max into use in the workplace and created several models
for regular clients. I thoroughly enjoyed the course from
beginning to end. It was highly informative and I feel that
I have learnt a substantial amount. I am looking forward
to putting everything into practice and developing my skills,
perhaps by attending the intermediate course at a later
Faulkner, Managing Director of zabanda media, said "I
am delighted that our first course was a success. Utilising
four full days for training allows attendees to be introduced
not only to the basics, but also to a variety of more exciting
elements such as creating photo-real interior scenes and
product models. The HIVE facilities are unique to the region
and provide trainees with a real edge."
course is supported by the New Technology Institute, based
at the University of Hull. The Institute provided a 50%
grant towards the cost of training, as part of its involvement
in the Digital Industries skills broker programme, run through
the Learning and Skills Coucil and Yorkshire Forward.
Cutting, Broker Manager at the NTI said "The skills
brokerage had identified through its work with local employers,
a growing need for this type of training in the Humber sub-region.
We were only too was happy to promote and support this initiative."
information can be obtained from Mark Faulkner at: