We’re thrilled to share our new internship program, created in partnership with the University of Toronto.
We’re excited to announce our new internship program, launched in partnership with the University of Toronto’s MScAC internship program.
As part of the pilot program, students pursuing a Master of Science in Applied Computing (MScAC) will have the opportunity to take up internships at our new Toronto studio. Working with DNEG Global Head of Research Roy C. Anthony and DNEG Chief Scientist, Oliver James, students will tackle a variety of projects addressing technical challenges, including 3D and 4D image capture, digital doubles and machine learning in the rigging process.
“We’re leading the way in developing new approaches and technology from Toronto, and these projects will help contribute new processes for us and for the industry as a whole,” said Paul Salvini, Global Chief Technology Officer, DNEG. “Our projects can rely on photorealistic digital doubles, and 4D capture dramatically increases our capacity to gather the images, lighting states, and information needed for their 3D reconstruction.”
The program kicks off this month running through December, and students will also have the opportunity to participate in UofT’s Applied Research in Action showcase to present their work in November.