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The whole infos I feed here because I know one going to make it happened in this industry.
Because it was happened in the billion dollars film industry!
Nothing new, the history repeat itself
fmx 2012: We could remake 300 in real time now:http://www.cgchannel.com/2012/05/fmx-2012-the-hugo-shot-that-nearly-killed-us/
He says â€œI want photoreal visual effects, for a tenth of the money [of film work] and a tenth of the time.â€
But the game industry said, â€˜Oh, we do videogames. We donâ€™t have the time to develop the tech to make TV shows.â€™
My partner Andrew Orloff and my CTO Mike Romey have been obsessed with the concept of developing a pipeline of tools that will allow us to build photorealistic visual effects in real time. This has led us to something thatâ€™s very special to us, and which we call ZEUS [Zoic Environmental Unification System]
In the month of April, we rendered two million frames. Thatâ€™s a general average for busy months.
Because the big thing thatâ€™s going to come out is virtual production for feature production. Weâ€™re looking at using virtual production to make, potentially, what would have been a $120 million movie for $30 million. I used the example of 300 earlier, and I think the answer is that we could now do 300 in real time, for less money.
I believe the innovations weâ€™re going to see in virtual production in the next six months are going to change Chris Nolanâ€™s mind.
Weâ€™re going to be out on location with a stereo lens doing real-time matte extraction, using real-time rendering tools brought to us by games companies like Crytek and Epic. All of these great tools are going to give Chris the ability to build whatever he wants.
Thatâ€™s super-exciting for Chris Nolan. Itâ€™s super-exciting for fans of cinema. And itâ€™s super-exciting for me, because weâ€™re going to change the world with this.
So I think Lumion still got a lot of time, but please keep going fast before those giant know what have happened