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Virtual Production: A Primer
Virtual production techniques and technologies are rapidly shaping the future of filmmaking. Here’s what you need to know.
How “Star Trek: Discovery” Went Boldly Into Virtual Production
VFX house Pixomondo turns to Epic Games’ Unreal Engine for virtual production for the fourth season of “Star Trek: Discovery.”
AR, VR, XR and MR Create New Realms for Production
From sports coverage to the lecture hall, new options abound.
Virtual Production But Sort of Real Pirates (?): Making “Our Flag Means Death”
“Our Flag Means Death” employed a massive 30 by 160-foot LED wall for virtual production of the HBO Max pirate series set on the high seas.
“1899” and How Netflix Is Viewing Virtual Production
“1899” is revealed to be the first production at Netflix’s Dark Bay, a new Volume stage built at Studio Babelsberg in Berlin.
Mamma Mia, Here I Go Again (But With Volumetric Capture)
ILM creates “ABBAtars” for the members of the legendary Swedish band ABBA, taking them back to 1979 for a virtual concert tour.
The Fearless Future of Live Sports Production
There’s nothing to fear in moving beyond “the old way.” The technology is here today for a successful reinvention of live sports production.
How Game Engines Can Take Virtual Production Mainstream
Virtual production technologies such as ILM’s StageCraft system leverage Epic Games’ Unreal Engine to display CG environments in real time.
Reimagining Live Sports Production — Capture, Cloud, Everything
“Once we stop looking at moving current production technologies and workflows to the cloud and instead ask how we reinvent live production it totally transforms how we cover events.”
“Judas and the Black Messiah:” How Cinematogapher Sean Bobbitt, BSC Captured an American Tragedy
Bobbitt collaborated with director Shaka King for an unconventional biopic of Black Panther Fred Hampton: “We wanted it to feel like a film that might have been made in the 1960s. From that comes the composition and movement of the cameras.”
Episodic Content Continues to Grow and Virtual Production Meets the Demand | Source: Sohonet
Virtual production is one sector which actually has been helped by pandemic restrictions. Crews can work more safely on a virtual stage and the costs of location shooting are saved. The technology is expensive up front, but as producers become used to the changes to workflow, cost and production time should come down.
Literally the Next Frontier: Virtual Reality Production in Space
Felix & Paul Studios bring VR production into orbit for their pioneering four-part immersive series “Space Explorers: The ISS Experience.”
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