The 3D Web Fest
is in search for top-notch 3D content from designers, musicians, web developers and artists. The chosen entries will be invited to present their work in a live performance setting. This is the perfect opportunity to get your name and work noticed in the creative industry. Read below for more information on the event and how to submit your work for a chance to be chosen to present at the festival.
: The 3D Web Fest is inviting designers, musicians, web developers and artists to submit
3D Web projects for event consideration.
: The 3D Web Fest will showcase top 3D web creations with live presentations by their creators in a film festival format and club atmosphere. In an effort to evolve design on the web into the next era, the 3D Web Fest would like to raise visibility for new possibilities in web site development and design thanks to the support of WebGL
on almost every device.
: Showcase your most innovative commercial, non-commercial, experimental or game-based projects to top thought leaders, influencers and creators in 3D Web.
: Folsom Street Foundry, 1425 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
: Submit your website today: www.3dwebfest.com/submit.html
Submission deadline: April 8th
The 3D Web Fest takes place on May 13, 2015; 7:00-10:00PM
About The 3D Web Fest
This event experience will showcase websites that are the best mixture of music, art and technology, and exhibit what’s possible with the advent of 3D Web. The Web has transitioned from mostly text to an increasingly rich 2D image environment, and now the shift to 3D has arrived enabled by new Web standards and open source technologies. The 3D Web Fest brings together the best of the 3D Web—presented live—amazing, delightful, surprising and at times disturbing. See creations by artists and developers of all kinds and learn more about the future of 3D Web.
About the Team
The 3D Web Fest is produced by a passionate team of industry experts dedicated to honoring the best of the 3D Web.
Executive Producer Tony Parisi
is a serial entrepreneur and pioneer of the 3D web. Tony invented the Virtual Reality Markup Language, the first language for creating 3D graphics for the web, and is currently the founder of Third Eye, a stealth San Francisco startup developing virtual reality applications. Tony is also the author of several O'Reilly Media books on 3D graphics and virtual reality.
Creative Director Elliot Lavine
has been a fixture on the Bay Area film scene since first arriving in the mid 1970s. He has produced critically acclaimed short films and, beginning in 1990, became the program director for the Roxie Theater in San Francisco. Additionally, he teaches film studies courses in the continuing studies programs at Stanford and San Francisco State. In 2010 he received the Marlon Riggs Award from the San Francisco Film Critics Circle in recognition of his two decades of film programming, his revival of rare archival and independent titles, and his role in the renewed popularity of film noir and pre-Production Code features. Elliot runs the committee selecting the artists who will present at the Festival.
is Senior Director of the Autodesk Developer Network (ADN) and proactive embracer of new technologies. Jim has spent over 20 years developing partnerships for Autodesk with technology partners around the globe to build ecosystems that leverage the creativity and innovation of great people. The Autodesk ADN team is providing sponsorship and essential support to the 3D Web Fest.
Event sponsors include Autodesk
, Goo Technologies
, Leap Motion
and Khronos Group