Hollywood, get ready to make holograms: Metastage, a new studio for volumetric video capture for virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and holographic experiences, opened its doors at Culver Studios in Culver City, Calif., on Tuesday.
In the Times AR team’s first rendition of video that you can walk around, Ashley Graham is “a model in motion without the filters, the Photoshopping and the angles the fashion industry is used to.”
Volumetric capture studio launches augmented reality app with two holographic performances from Eurovision artist Laura Rizzotto, including a historic debut.
Even with all the advancements in CG animation, it can’t capture that distinctly lifelike essence that a real human exudes. But XR can capture that essence — volumetrically. Metastage CEO Christina Heller drops by to discuss the process of transcribing the aura of a person into XR space.
The studio behind Terminal 3 and A Jester’s Tale just inked a seven-figure investment deal, recruited veteran Executive Producer Ela Topcuoglu, and established offices in Los Angeles, CA.
Jan Kounen, the Netherlands-born French film filmmaker whose best-known credits are “Dobermann” and “Blueberry,” has delivered his most personal work so far with “Ayahuasca,” a virtual reality experience exploring shamanic medicine from the Peruvian jungle.
How will you be watching television and screen content in the future, what will you be watching it on, and what kind of entertainment experiences will you be having?
The power of human presence, in virtual 3D space.