Since the emerging of the green screen in the early 1930s, there has been a steady stream of technological innovation on film and TV sets, including the Dunning Method and the Sodium Screen Process. But nowadays, virtual production is here to revolutionize filmmaking. With the rapid development of small-pitch LEDs and their increased use in a wider variety of applications, film and television making are entering in a new era.
XR combines a high-performance LED screen, simultaneous capture, and real-time rendering with camera tracking. It allows for the creation of highly realistic content without further post-production.
As a market leader in direct-view LED (dvLED) displays, AOTO is proud to deliver exceptional on-camera visual performance for virtual production (XR) and film studios. The premium LED products (wall/floor/ceiling) replace the traditional green screen, allowing for quick content iteration, creating immersive and dynamic shooting scene.
The LED virtual stage can assist producers in quickly creating and switching virtual scenes, while also modifying and adjusting the scene content in real time and without the need to adhere to strict time limits. You can now review the shot immediately. No more waiting.
When a virtual set is created by combining a massive LED volume and a 3D engine, the possibilities are only limited by the imagination. Virtual production enables more to be achieved in one location – not only can backgrounds be changed and edited. Real-world constraints can be bypassed so that it becomes feasible to create shots that would be impossible in the real world – you can literally change the angle of the sun if necessary.
For big production, reshoots and post-production can account 10-30% of production costs. Virtual sets save on travel, transport, location while also reduce risk. Post-production compositing and rot scoping are also minimalized. Any assets developed in virtual production can be reused in the manufacturing of fresh epoxides, allowing for even greater cost savings.
It is possible for performers to engage with these digitally-created environments, and physical objects appear realistically in the virtual environment as well. It makes the entire experience more engaging and realistic for both the actors and the audience, while also allowing for extraordinary flexibility in the moment, and therefore better results for everyone involved.
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