PhD candidate Rorik Henrikson demonstrates Storeoboard, 3D storyboard sketching software, to recent graduate Daphne Ippolito (BSc 2015) at the Computer Science Research in Action Showcase, April 2015 (photo by Jacklyn Atlas).
PhD candidate Rorik Henrikson, a member of the Dynamic Graphics Project (DGP) laboratory, supervised by Professor Ravin Balakrishnan, took his interest in early stage film and television planning to create Storeoboard, 3D sketching software for storyboarding.
Henrikson brought his early research to Immersed, the Immersive Technology Alliance (ITA) conference for technology makers, in gaming, film, consulting and academia. At the event, Henrikson met Canadian director and filmmaker, Dylan Pearce, who asked to use Henrikson's software in the development of the first 3D romantic comedy, 40 Below and Falling.
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