We owe much of NVIDIA’s success to the talents of digital designers in this fascinating and ever-changing industry.
Adelaide, South Australia (PRWEB) May 20, 2011
The submission deadline has been extended a month to July 18th
NVIDIA and the CGSociety, a division of Ballistic Media, have announced ‘NVArt 6: Moving Innovation,’ a new worldwide digital art contest for artists to explore the future of electronic device design, with over $34,000 in prizes.
We are at the start of a revolution in personal computing devices, which will make today’s tablets, phones and notebooks look stone age in just a few short years. The evolution of portable technology will empower all of us in exciting new ways. To do more, in more places. To bring our home, or our work, with us wherever we go. Or leave it all behind and escape.
What will portable technology look like in the next decade? Will we carry them, wear them or plug them into ourselves in some way? How will we interact with them? How will they interface with other hardware to perform the many functions we will need them to? These are the questions that the ‘NVArt 6: Moving Innovation’ competition want answered in the form of an awe inspiring still image.
Judges include Kyle Swen (Astro), Adam Benton (Designer for Apple, Nintendo and Sony), Pascal Blanche (Art Director of Jagex), Steven Stahlberg, Arnoldas Vitkus (winner of NVArt 5), Leigh van der Byl (Framestore), David Wright (Creative Director of NVIDIA) and Mark Snoswell (President of CGSociety).
The deadline for contest submissions is July 18, 2011. For additional details and information on the rules, please visit our competition page.
Since its inception in 2008 NVArt has been driven equally by the CGSociety and NVIDIA. It has inspired artists to create some of the most imaginative and stunning work the world has seen. We have also raised the digital art genre to a new level with exhibitions of NVArt in fine art galleries, such as the Tate Modern in London.
About the CG Society
The CG Society is the most respected and accessible global organization for creative digital artists. The CGS supports artists at every level by offering a range of services to connect, inform, educate and promote, by celebrating achievement, excellence and innovation in all aspects of digital art. The CGSociety, along with its sister organisation Ballistic Publishing, is a division of Ballistic Media.
Ballistic Publishing is an independent publisher of books for the digital arts industry. The company established in 2003 is dedicated to producing high quality publications celebrating the talents of digital artists worldwide. For more information, visit CGSociety and Ballistic Publishing
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