Principal/ Rad Lab Director
Neoscape

With over 15 years’ experience in the architectural visualization industry, Carlos has helped Neoscape streamline not only traditional 3D production processes, but he has also pioneered new technologies and incorporated them seamlessly into the studio’s offerings. As Neoscape’s Rad Lab director, Carlos leads the studio’s efforts in research and development. In this role, he explores and implements new creative technologies, products, and ideas, bringing them to life to solve real client problems. He strategizes complex internal projects, selecting appropriate solutions while working with Neoscape production teams to ensure objectives and timelines are met.

His extensive experience with traditional 3D visualization combined with industry innovation makes him an oft-sought panelist and speaker. Recently, he was a guest presenter for Epic Games at Autodesk University, and he was also a panelist for Bisnow’s Emerging Technologies in CRE session this past October. At both events, he spoke about the easy adoption of AR and VR into architectural visualization, and how real-time technology will ultimately provide the most significant industry transformation. Carlos has also collaborated with Unreal Engine on a video feature about how Neoscape has built a powerful pipeline, using Unreal Engine and Datasmith, for delivering a unique range of services to drive real estate brand strategies. He served as president of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI) in 2016 and judged the Architecture category of the Unreal Awards in January.

Carlos graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from the Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa.

Recent projects include the development of augmented and virtual reality experiences for The HYM Investment Group’s Amazon HQ2 bid in Boston, as well as internal R&D efforts to incorporate Vicon’s Motion Capture technology into architectural visualization processes. His team also recently completed a fully immersive 360-degree film, with real-time interactivity, to be experienced in Igloo Vision’s projection cylinder.

Sessions

Apr 30

April 30, 2019

Concurrent Session- Digital Art and Augmented Reality: How New Technologies are Disrupting the Retail Landscape

2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Ballroom A

The retail industry is evolving through the use of innovative technologies and creative place-making.  Real estate owners, developers, and retailers are finding new ways to activate public and private spaces by creating places that enable…