Greg Downing

downing, g..pngGreg Downing (Visualization Artist, xRez Studio)

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FEATURED IN:

7.1 – Forbidden Caves (10.31.14)

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ABOUT:

Greg Downing specializes in image-based 3D technologies and computational photography techniques. His photographic work has been displayed in some of the nations most prestigiousmuseums including the American Museum of Natural History, the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and the Tech Museum. He has worked on the development of  photogrammetry and stitching software at Realviz and in film production as a technical director at Rhythm & Hues and Sony Pictures Imageworks on “Narnia”, “Spiderman 3” and “I am Legend”. He teaches at Gnomon School for Visual Effects and has published professional training DVDs on  photogrammetry and panoramic stitching. He has presented at professional conferences for both photographers and visual effects artists.

xREZ STUDIO:

xRez Studio is a creative VR / VFX production house which explores and applies highend techniques in computer graphics and computational photography. Beginning with pioneering the production of extreme resolution gigapixel photography in 2006, xRez Studio continues to innovate in VR with new technologies such as 3d photogrammetry, laser scanning, terrain modeling, and multi-spectral imaging. Years of experience in high-end feature film visual effects work allows xRez Studio to provide high-level results toward a wide variety of projects and clientele. Partners Eric Hanson and Greg Downing share an enthusiasm for applying immersive media to meaningful projects in entertainment, natural history, cultural heritage, and museums. Whether recreating historic events in film, revealing complex processes in scientific visualization, or illustrating environmental change in VR, xRez Studio can offer powerful media solutions for filmmakers, companies, researchers, or activists. [1] 

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[1] https://www.xrez.com/about/

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