BBC got to be the first to tour Intel Studios, a state of the art greenscreen facility, with no suits, no motion capture, just a live performance captured in a green dome by hundreds of cameras.
The new facility, aptly named Intel Studios, features the world's largest stage for volumetric video capture. At the center of it is a 10,000 square-feet dome designed to capture actors and objects in volumetric 3D, essentially producing high-end holographic content for VR, AR and the likes.
"We have created a new state-of-the-art production studio for immersive media," Intel Studios director Diego Prilusky recently told Variety. Designing and building out the space took some 18 months. "It was a very long process of research and development," he said.
The future of film production (YouTube / BBC Click)