Nearly 50 Talks on Archviz, VFX, Animation and Gaming To Be Broadcast Online for 24 Hours; ILM, Neoscape and Blur Studio Among Speakers
Today, Chaos announced that ‘24 Hours of Chaos,’ its annual community livestream, is returning in a few days (September 8-9) with 50 new virtual talks from 3D artists and designers around the globe. Beginning at 18:00 (GMT+1) in Western Europe, every two hours viewers can connect with a different set of artists from nearly every continent. Twelve shows will be broadcast live, totaling 24 hours of presentations streamed for free on YouTube, Twitch, Bilibili and Facebook.
Since launching in 2020 as a way for the 3D community to connect during the height of the pandemic, 24 Hours of Chaos has seen steady growth, attracting nearly 20,000 viewers during last year’s session.
This year’s show will continue to work that winning formula, featuring in-depth presentations, behind-the-scenes demonstrations, discussions, quizzes and giveaways with CG innovators, giving audiences a chance to discover new talent, analyze global trends and learn techniques they can build into their own workflows.