The Creators Project gets a behind-the-scenes look at the making of a big-budget science fiction film.

Gone are the days of lame special effects. That is, until today's amazing tech seems outdated and cheesy compared to the wonders that will dazzle movie-goers a decade from now. But how do filmmakers do it? What goes into making a science-fiction-fantasy-epic look so real?

The Creators Project shed some light on this topic by looking at Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman’s blockbuster, Oblivion.

The Creators Project, which is a partnership between Intel and VICE that provides content covering the use of new technological innovations in music, art, film, and design, was given an exclusive look at the graphics and design elements that make Oblivion a visual treat.

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