Welcome to NYC ACM SIGGRAPH's MetroCAF 2010

MetroCAF is the annual NYC Metropolitan Area College Computer Animation Festival organized by the New York City chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH. Started in 2003, MetroCAF has grown into the most important local festival of its kind. It provides an exciting opportunity for all students in the NYC metropolitan area to show their work to not only their fellow students, but also to industry professionals. Plans are under way for the festival to tour the network of ACM SIGGRAPH Professional and Student Chapters so this could mean international exposure for your work.

Please send us your work

The eighth edition of the festival is open to all students who attend college in the NYC metropolitan area, and who have produced computer animation, visualization or visual effects within the course of your studies - in other words, you have not been paid for it. Schools are considered to be within the NYC metropolitan area if they are located within a 75-mile radius of Times Square in Manhattan.

Check out the rules and regulations and fill out the entry form.
Deadline: Entries must be postmarked by Wednesday, June 9, 2010

MetroCAF 2010 team

Michael Hosenfeld (NYU) - MetroCAF 2010 Co-Chair
Scott Lang (Bergen County Academies) - MetroCAF 2010 Co -Chair
Wobbe F. Koning (Montclair State University) - MetroCAF 2009 Chair & MetroCAF 2010 Website
Steve Rittler (William Paterson University) - Print Design
Rick Barry (Pratt) - NYC ACM SIGGRAPH Treasurer
Patty Wongpakdee (NYIT)

About NYC ACM SIGGRAPH

NYC ACM SIGGRAPH is a non-profit, professional computer graphics organization serving the greater New York City area. For more information about us, visit nyc.siggraph.org

Trailer

  • Posted on 09/11/2010
  • The trailer can now be viewed on YouTube

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    Selected Animations

  • Posted on 09/10/2010
  • We are proud to announce this year's selections:

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    Showdate: Friday September 24

  • Posted on 08/16/2010
  • The screening of MetroCAF 2010 will take place on Friday, September 24

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