CEUM2020
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CityEngine User Meeting 2020

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The CityEngine User Meeting is held every year in Zurich, Switzerland and brings together international CityEngine users, fans, and developers. This year the event will be held as two webinars and is being organized in partnership with Esri, Esri Switzerland and the Ideal Spaces working group.

CityEngine is a powerful modelling software for generating 3D environments. CityEngine uses a procedural modelling approach, a rule-based system, which let users create algorithms that define how 3D content is generated. CityEngine enables users to create detailed large-scale 3D urban environments and has been used in urban planning, architecture, game development, and in movies (such as Zootopia and Blade Runner 2049).

Agenda

Thusday, 3rd of December 2020 4-5 pm UTC
     Intro: Matthias Buehler (vrbn studios)
     Urban Planning & GIS Workflows: Mateo Neira (Foster & Partners)
     ArcGIS & CityEngine Roadmap for AEC: Taisha Fabricius (Esri R&D)
     Q&A: Matthias Buehler
     ​Panel Discussion: Matthias Buehler

Friday, 3rd of December 2020 4-5 pm UTC
     Intro: Taisha Fabricius (vrbn studios)
     Content for the Entertainment Industries: Matthias Buehler
     Creating the City of Cintra for The Witcher: Ellie Ansell (FrameStore Alumni)
     The Engine to your Medieval City: David Watson (FrameStore Alumni)
     ​The future of CityEngine in VFX: ​Simon Haegler (Esri R&D)
     Q&A: Taisha Fabricius
     ​Panel Discussion: Taisha Fabricius
Mateo Neira

Mateo Neira

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