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About Motivated Pixels
The owner of Motivated Pixels, Matt Rhodes, has been a professional
programmer for over twenty years, working in diverse industries and
writing a significant amount of software for different companies.
During the past few years, Matt
has focused on writing 2D and 3D software
for a variety of clients.
Before that, he
designed and created web-based
realtime visualization technologies.
also has more than four years
experience in the visual effects industry, writing software tools, renderers
and shader for such films as An American Werewolf in Paris, Spawn,
Paulie and Star Trek: Insurrection.
Most recently, Matt
has been implementing the next editions of applications
and plug-ins for Zaxwerks, Inc.
is using his
experience with Macintosh programming,
Windows programming, 3D rendering, and animation systems to create
trademark flexible, easy-to-use software.
In early 2000, Matt started Mayim Visual Solutions, Inc. with several other
Their first product, Walkabout, was released in June 2001.
Walkabout is a customizable toolkit that allows users to walk through
virtual 3D environments, manipulate 3D objects and visualize databases.
Matt started Motivated Pixels, his consulting company, in 1999 as a way
to provide his
services and experience to various marketplaces, including
the interactive community, the game industry and the visual effects industry.
In early 1999, Matt worked for Magnet Interactive as a senior graphics
developer, where he
wrote 3D animation production software, including
a distributed job controller.
In 1995, Matt
was hired at Santa Barbara Studios
to write custom software
tools for the production of An American Werewolf in Paris.
the head of Research and Development, Matt wrote a portion of Santa
hair renderer, now licensed to Alias
also responsible for creating most of the in-house Softimage plug-ins,
mental ray shaders and custom tools needed for the Werewolf production.
continued with this role during the productions of Spawn, Parasite Eve
(video game), and Paulie.
By1997, Matt was the head of software at Santa Barbara Studios.
the production of Star Trek: Insurrection, Matt
wrote tools, plug-ins
and shaders for Maya, RenderMan, and mental ray.
Welcome to Mayim Visual Solutions, Inc.
has earned a reputation within the visual effects industry as a versatile and gifted programmer-productive, fast, and undaunted by any challenge.Prior to co-founding Mayim, Matt owned his own software consulting business, Motivated Pixels, where he worked on a graphics project that won Best of Show from the Macworld Expo 2000 in San Francisco.Before that, Matt was senior graphics developer for Magnet Interactive, responsible for creating visual effects production software.
In the mid-1990's, Matt
was one of two software developers at Santa Barbara Studios
, where his
programming talents contributed to the creation and development of software tools for leading 3D software developers, including Maya, Softimage, RenderMan, and Mental Ray.During that time, he
also was one of the principal creators of the proprietary hair-rendering software, now licensed to Alias|Wavefront, which was used to create the cutting edge visual effects in An American Werewolf in Paris.He was also a key visual effects programmer for the movies Spawn, Paulie, and Star Trek: Insurrection.Matt has Bachelor of Science degrees in computer science and mathematics from Virginia Tech and a Master of Science degree in computer science from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
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-Matt Rhodes, Santa Barbara Studios
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