Monday, September 30, 2019

Camera used called: The 3-Eyed Monster

The director made it clear to visual effects supervisor that his actors would refuse to do their jobs “with helmets on or tennis balls on their faces.” With that in mind, ILM developed a technology that didn’t require rigging and instead relied on a massive three-lens camera—sometimes two of them when two actors were in a scene—to capture footage for digital altering.