FILM VFX

Digital technology allows us to share visual imaginations in a vivid and realistic way and keeps pushing the boundary of storytelling. While working in R&D team at Rhythm & Hues Studios, I had opportunities to push the boundary further for the Hollywood major feature films such as Life of PI which won the Academy award in Visual effects in 2013. 

Life of PI, 20th Century FOX, 2012
Contribution: Fast hair shadow, Instancing, Subsurface Scattering

Big Miracle, Universal Pictures, 2012
Contribution: Volume Rendering, Particle Rendering

X-Men: First Class, 20th Century Fox, 2011
Contribution: Light Path Expression

Hop, Universal Pictures, 2011
Contribution: Instancing

Yogi Bear, Warner Bros, 2010
Contribution: Fast Stereoscopic Rendering

The A-Team, 20th Century Fox, 2010
Contribution: Programmable Shader

Night at the Museum II, 20th Century Fox, 2009
Contribution: Fast Subsurface Scattering

Alvin and the Chipmunks 2, 20th Century Fox, 2009
Contribution: Multi-core Rendering

Mummy 3, Universal Pictures, 2008
Contribution: Front-end Architecture Overhaul for In-house Renderer

    Creative Computing Group | Dept. of Art & Technology | School of Media, Arts, and Science

    Sogang University | 35 Baekbeom-ro, Seoul, South Korea