All posts by John Twycross

Join us with Oxford’s Virtual Reality Crowd – 22nd Oct 10am – 1pm

Inaugural VR Meetup in Oxford!

Saturday, Oct 22, 2016, 10:00 AM

Headington Hill Hall
Oxford Brookes University Oxford, GB

2 VR witnesses Attending

Hey everybody,Great news – we have now secured an appropriate venue for our first ever Oxford’s Virtual Reality Crowd event!Please join us at 10:00 AM on Saturday October 22 in the Green Room inside Headington Hill Hall (Oxford Brookes University).Google Maps:…

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VR Night – Thursday June 16th, 7.30pm

This month we are hosting an exciting VR taster session. Please RSVP on Meetup if you are coming.

VR night (Virtual Reality)

Thursday, Jun 16, 2016, 7:30 PM

Film Oxford (OFVM)
54 Catherine Street Oxford OX4 3AH, GB

13 Creatives Attending

An opportunity to immerse yourself in virtual reality. Bring your own VR demo / software or just enjoy having a go with this exciting medium.Please get in touch if you would like to participate with an exhibition of your own work or of a favourite example of VR.

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Thursday, April 21, 2016 7:30 PM – Richard Curtis – Deep Dive into Photoshop 3d

Richard Curtis – Deep Dive into Photoshop 3d

Thursday, Apr 21, 2016, 7:30 PM

Film Oxford (OFVM)
54 Catherine Street Oxford OX4 3AH, GB

16 Creatives Attending

Adobe’s Richard Curtis will join us in Oxford to provide a guided tour of Photoshop’s 3d tools. He will demonstrate how to work with virtual models to enhance photos, explain 3d printing functions, look at the character posing for stills and more. This “Deep DIve” session is an opportunity to explore in detail this powerful, under used aspect of th…

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Digital Creatives Oxford – What’s new in 2016

Digital Creatives Oxford is an official Adobe User Group hosting free meetings featuring speakers, hot tips, networking and informal pub meetings to link up people with an interest in cutting edge creative practices. Loosely based around the Adobe Creative Cloud offering we look at a range of techniques that these and other tools afford the digital artist.

The group was established in 2008 and continues to grow in popularity. This year we are sad to announce the departure of Glenn Clarkson who has put a huge amount of effort into building the community into what it is today. Many thanks to Glenn and Les for all their hard work and friendship. Best of luck with your move up North.

Plans for the group are to work closer with other related local groups. The third Thursday meeting slot will be shared with the Production Group, we hope this will initiate to some interesting projects and synergies. We also plan to streamline the Adobe Groups by merging Digital Creatives Oxford with Digital Film Editors. This is an attempt to simplify the groups administration and lessen the need for cross posting events.

We look forward to seeing you at future events and suggest you sign up to our Meetup page for future event announcements.