How ILM’s Mass Technology Improves Visual Effects (And What It Means for the Future)

Just as CGI has its stellar moments – as the doc itself shows, from the T-1000’s magic in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” to “Jurassic Park” – there are uses too. terrible of CGI, and the same is true of Volume. From “The Book of Boba Fett” and “Obi-Wan Kenobi” to “Thor: Love and Thunder” (a movie that feels all but forgotten), The Volume at its worst can look fake. like old school rear projection.

And that’s because The Volume was essentially just a green screen that showed whatever wallpaper was supposed to be done later in post-production, just that it was completed before start filming. So, just like a green screen, it can be seamless and unnoticed, or it can ruin the immersion of the story. Because it’s an enclosed space, technology can make a scene feel strangely small and confined.

It worked in “The Mandalorian” as it was mainly used for desert scenes with large landscapes and a handful of characters in the foreground, and not much action in the background. “Batman” successfully used The Volume to bring Gotham City to life, but used it sparingly, with a CGI background meant to be at a distance and covered in realistic settings – like the scene set at the Iceberg Lounge where the city is shown the club windows made in The Volume.

Indeed, like all magic tricks, this technology works best when left unnoticed. According to ILMtechnology has been used in programs such as “How I met your father” and “The Old Man”, and you’d be forgiven for never really getting it.

https://www.slashfilm.com/955412/how-ilms-volume-technology-reinvents-visual-effects-and-what-it-means-for-the-future/ How ILM’s Mass Technology Improves Visual Effects (And What It Means for the Future)

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