Universal Studios Goes Green With New Virtual Production Stage

Universal Studios Goes Green With New Virtual Production Stage
technology

Virtual Stage 1 offers a glimpse of film's increasingly computer-generated future.

Sandra Pfeifer
  • 8 december 2010

Universal Studios has opened its new Universal Virtual Stage 1. As box office hits Avatar and Alice in Wonderland have sparked great interest in 3D virtual cinema, the $4.5 M virtual production set up includes a 40-x-80-foot green-screen cyclorama; editing bays; VFX and animation workstations; and technologies for applications including motion capture and camera tracking.

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