The deal will advance Victoria’s film production capabilities, provide fantastic learning opportunities for Deakin students, enhance Victoria’s creative industries, and enable new research in virtual production.
The humour is just as sharp. The twists on classic scenarios just as entertaining, and this time Palomina’s production is enhanced with virtual production technology from Dreamscreen making Ancient Egypt, deserted islands and the Middle Ages even more realistic……..
Soon they’re caught in a burnover, and no amount of training can prepare them for its terror. Filmed using the Dreamscreen LED rear-projection system developed by Clayton Jacobson, the episode takes us right inside the belly of the beast. What it finds there is panic, confusion, helplessness – and a desperation to survive……..
“We had a screen projecting the fires onto the three curved walls of interlocking LED panels. We had real embers and real smoke and real fire in the frame, and so we created as close as we could a similitude of being in the fire,” he said…….