Monday, February 07, 2005

2005 Architectural Visualization Competition

The largest computer graphics visualization competition ever launched, with over $90,000 US in prizes,to be judged by five of the most talented and influential people in CG and Architecture industry.

Calgary , Alberta, Canada , February 1, 2005 the leading online magazine for Architectural visualization artists, today announced the launch of the biggest online visualization competition in the CG industry.

“This is the first competition of its kind in the Architectural Visualization industry” said founder Jeff Mottle “and for that matter the first competition of its kind in the CG industry” Through a series of challenges and qualifying competitions, spanning the next six months, competitors will stretch their imaginations and skills to demonstrate their prowess in the art of architectural illustration and animation. While the ultimate winner and finalists in the competition will take home amazing prizes, the goal of this competition is to promote architectural illustration and encourage its advancement through community participation and critiques.

The competition will start with an open call for entries. A panel of expert judges will select the top 30 entries to participate in the actual competition. With each challenge the field will be narrowed until the final three have been selected. What separates this challenge from the rest is the range of challenges that participants will be asked to compete in, and the individual critiques that each contestant will receive from the expert judges. The winner will be announced the 4th Annual SIGGRAPH 2005 party in Los Angeles in August.

Click here to Enter the Competition Website:

The competition is sponsored by the top software, hardware, and CG service providers in the industry, with prizes totaling over $90,000 US in value. The first place winner will walk away with a prize package valued at just over $36,000 including a brand new HP workstation xw6200, configured with an Intel® Xeon™ processor, NVIDA Quadro FX 1300 graphics, 1 GB of memory and a flat panel monitor.

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