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1. During the workshop, the participant creates a design/project with the help of the tutors/tutorial sessions, interactive engagement with team members. The Participant agrees that the content produced during the workshop has shared intellectual rights between the participant, other team members who collaborated on the said project, and Futurly.

2. Futurly instructor's provided workshop materials, definitions, codes, scripts, and tutorials are the Intellectual property of the instructor and are subject to copyright protection, and may not be replicated commercially without written consent from the organization Futurly unless said items are of generic nature. This applies to exact copies of the above-mentioned items and tutor's designs. The participants are encouraged to adapt, remix, transform, and create new work upon the provided material and acquired knowledge.

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4. Shared intellectual rights mentioned in point 2 include referral and credit to all team members of the project and Futurly in any further publications. Mention of the workshop name as the framework within which the project was created is highly encouraged and appreciated.
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Terra x Terra Pavilion Design Workshop + Competition€28

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Introduction to generative workflows in Houdini.

Controlling complex geometries.

Creation of Architectural outcomes using simulations.

Tornado Simulations | For Each Loops | VEX Scripts | VOP | Geometry Exports (parameters, attributes, UVs and normals)

Post-processing and rendering using Autodesk Maya and Arnold renderer.