On October 12, Polytechnic professor Carles Paul participated in the session Autodesk® Digital Entertainment Conference, held over the Internet. 

This session introduced the new generation of “Digital Entertainment Creation” with 3dStudio Max and Maya 2011, which is used to produce cinematic visual effects, graphic material and 3D animation for architecture, video games, film and television. It was attended by Mike Mennillo, animation director of Ubisoft, who explained the development work of the new version of Assassin's Creed The Brotherhood. It was also shown how the visual effects of the last chapter of the television series "Lost" were performed.

This state-of-the-art software is available at TCM facilities and will be used in the Degree in Audiovisual Media.


Mike Mennillo, director of wrestling animation at Ubisoft, will explain the fantastic work done to develop the new version of Assassin's Creed The Brotherhood.


The Creatic Awards are open, an opportunity for the best entrepreneurial initiatives


The TecnoCampus debuts a stand at the Education Hall