Over the next few months, we’ll be publishing a serialized step-by-step guide that will explain how to use virtual production workflows for visualization.
On a larger ‘disaster’ movie or even larger Spielberg film, realizing a tornado sequence might be par for the course. But this was just a short moment in The Fabelmans, a film that also had a considerably less budget than his other blockbusters.
Today, VP encapsulates so many areas – visualization, real-time rendering, LED wall shoots, simulcams, motion capture, volumetric capture and more. With heavy advances made in processing power for real-time workflows, virtual production tools have exploded as filmmaking and storytelling aids.
This month, we’re reflecting on the incredible growth of virtual production across film, TV, animation, broadcast, and live events, and taking the opportunity to bring you a new line-up of events, Spotlights, and helpful resources.
William Faucher will scan a miniature castle made by Nerdforge and with help from virtual production expert Johannes Skoog and production designer Aaron Wahab they will try to make the best out of virtual production in our studio.
When it was first unveiled as an integral ingredient in “The Mandalorian,” StageCraft made a lot of jaws drop. Let’s see how it evolved since then.
1899, the mysterious Netflix series set on the steamship Kerberos that was largely filmed on a LED volume at Studio Babelsberg.
A Behind the Scene video of Assasin’s Creed 15th anniversary commercial with VP technology involved.
NantStudios, a leading technology-driven virtual production studio have built two new LED in-camera VFX stages at Docklands Studios Melbourne, including the world’s largest LED volume.