Join us on the floor at BVE 2019, where we’ll be out in force to mingle with leading creative minds, tech professionals and business leaders within the UK.
Featuring the latest in broadcast and production technology showcased by over different 300 brands – plus networking opportunities with 12,000 professional attendees – BVE is the place to be 26th-28th February 2019.
If you’re at the show and would like to chat about how Grammatik can support your marketing and PR efforts we’d be happy to buy you a coffee. Just give us a shout to fix up a time.
Grammatik will be supporting a select group of visionary speakers including the developers of real-time digital humans, Cubic Motion, and world-class creative production studio, Saddington Baynes.
Neurocreativity: Changing How We Create Branded Content
See Saddington Baynes’ creative team in the ‘Business of Production’ theatre on 27th February, at 3:45pm, to learn all about how neuroscience-powered tools are changing the way we make content.
Sensational imagery has the power to move people and inspire brand devotion by engaging audiences on a deeply emotional level. Campaigns can now be brought more in line with a desired response and brand attributes prior to launch, and Saddington Baynes will show you how.
Computer vision, digital humans and 21st century puppeteers
Cubic Motion, home of the world’s most powerful facial animation technology, reveal the pipeline behind crafting real-time digital humans.
President Andy Wood will be in The Dome area on 27th February, at 1:00pm, to share surprising use cases of digital humans in TV and film. He will also reveal how computer vision and performance-driven animation combine to create photorealistic characters for video games like Spider-Man, God of War, Call of Duty and Hellblade.
Digital humans exist. Watch Cubic Motion shape them.