InterBee Japan 2014

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Just finished a great week in Tokyo presenting for GenArts and Flashback Japan in the InterBee Exposition in Tokyo. There was a really positive response to the new features in the upcoming Sapphire v8 and it was great fun to demo. Here are some shots from the show.

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GenArts’ Nick Rodrigues and I at the Flashback booth.

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The bass guitarist example I used to demo how to make custom looks in Sapphire Builder.

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The completed guitarist look built using Sapphire Builder.

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Imagineer Product Manager Martin Brennand and I waiting between sessions.

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Satoshi Okamoto and I about to start a demo at the Adobe booth. Satoshi translated my presentations.

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Demonstrating the Sapphire Builder at the Flashback booth.

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Demoing a multi-effect text look in Sapphire Builder at the Adobe Booth.

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At the Adobe booth explaining how the grungy text look was built using Sapphire Builder.

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Big crowds at the Adobe booth.

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Presenter extraordinaire Simon Walker and Martin hanging loose between sessions.

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Satoshi and I about to present at the Adobe booth.

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Standing room only at the Flashback booth for a Sapphire 8 presentation.

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Martin Brennand giving an expert demonstration of the powerful Mocha Pro software.

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At the Flashback booth pointing out how Sapphire Builder makes making custom effects easy.

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Getting animated at the Flashback booth.

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Having some fun with Nick, Simon and Martin at the end of the show.

Discuss
  1. Bader Ahmed
    Reply

    That is Great John .. The Demo looks very interresting .. is it possible to see it online or at least to have something by you on Sapphire V.8

    Thanks

    • John Dickinson
      Reply

      Hi Bader, you can find some intro videos on the GenArts Sapphire page. I’ll be doing a more in-depth tutorial this week.

  2. Mark Shingleton
    Reply

    Looks like a great time JD. I look forward to hearing a bit more about Sapphire

    • John Dickinson
      Reply

      Had a blast Mark, I’ll be recording the session this week so stay tuned.

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