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HP ZED is coming to Paris

HP's "popup shop for creatives" ZED is back - and it's heading for Paris

HP's "popup shop for creatives" ZED is back - and it's heading for Paris

Last year, HP brought the UK's creative community together at HP ZED, a special pop-up studio in London's Soho. Now it's back - and coming to Paris in April.

For one amazing week, you will have the opportunity to participate, share and learn with the biggest players in the creative sphere, from filmmakers to 3D artists.

From Monday 7 to Friday 11 April, HP ZED will pop up in the heart of Paris and offer creatives the chance to get involved in demonstrations, workshops, conferences and discussions. And best of all, it's all free! Just go to the website (opens in new tab) and register for the event or events you wish to attend.

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There'll be a series of evening sessions, led by digital creatives from big name companies such as Pixar and The Mill, who'll talk about their films, their techniques, share their experiences with our guests in a friendly exchange.

There'll also be daytime workshops led by professionals from companies including Autodesk, Intel and Microsoft.

Animation session

  • Company: Cut & Paste (opens in new tab)
  • Date and time: Monday 7 April, 2014 (0900-1700)
  • Language: English

Open Blue Umbrella: A Pixar Masterclass

Saschka Unseld, director of The Blue Umbrella, will reveal how the Pixar movie was made

Saschka Unseld, director of The Blue Umbrella, will reveal how the Pixar movie was made
  • Company: Pixar (opens in new tab)
  • Date and time: Monday 7 April, 2014 (1900-2200)
  • Language: English

Animation Session

  • Company: Cut & Paste (opens in new tab)
  • Date and time: Tuesday 8 April, 2014 (0900-1700)
  • Language: English

Clarisse, an interactive workflow to the final images

  • Company: Isotropix (opens in new tab)
  • Date and time: Tuesday 8 April, 2014 (1400-1600)
  • Language: French

Think the next level: a presentation with The Third Floor

Duncan Burbidge, studio manager at The Third Floor, Inc, presents some of the latest work of the company and outline the tools and processes used

Duncan Burbidge, studio manager at The Third Floor, Inc, presents some of the latest work of the company and outline the tools and processes used
  • Company: 3rd floor Inc (opens in new tab).
  • Date and time: Tuesday 8 April, 2014 (1900-2200)
  • Language: English

Pixels, processing and precision: session specifically dedicated to students

  • Company: HP, Intel, Progiss
  • Date and time: Wednesday 9 April, 2014 (1400-1700)
  • Language: French

Fashion your skills to perfection: Behind the scenes with The Foundry

  • Company: The Foundry (opens in new tab)
  • Date and time: Thursday 10 April, 2014 (1430-1730)
  • Language: English

Presentation by The Mill

Director of Nuke at The Mill, Hugo Guerra's talk is eagerly awaited

Director of Nuke at The Mill, Hugo Guerra's talk is eagerly awaited
  • Company: The Mill (opens in new tab)
  • Date and time: Thursday 10 April, 2014 (1900-2200)
  • Language: English

Recent innovations for DME segment Autodesk

  • Company: Autodesk (opens in new tab)
  • Date and time: Friday 11 April, 2014 (1400-1700)
  • Language: French

Presentation by Cinesite

  • Company: Cinesite (opens in new tab)
  • Date and time: Friday 11 April, 2014 (1900-2200)
  • Language: English

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Tom May
Tom May

Tom May is an award-winning journalist and editor specialising in design, photography and technology. Author of the Amazon #1 bestseller Great TED Talks: Creativity (opens in new tab), published by Pavilion Books, Tom was previously editor of Professional Photography magazine, associate editor at Creative Bloq, and deputy editor at net magazine. Today, he is a regular contributor to Creative Bloq and its sister sites Digital Camera World, T3.com and Tech Radar. He also writes for Creative Boom and works on content marketing projects. 

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