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Camera Array

360 Degree

The image to the right has an application for the fashion industry, however, it can apply to most scenes.
It occupies a full 360 degree of coverage for a fully immersing experience.

 

Also note that this is an 'impossible' shot - it would not be possible to shoot in a train since there is no room for the cameras!

 

This style of imagery resembles '3D modelling' - a technique creating a model of a subject and manipulating it in 3D space.

The big difference is that TimeSplice captures the real world in 3D!
Subjects such as people, are very difficult to recreate as a computer generated model.

This sample used 60 cameras in a purpose built 360 degree chroma screen camera stage.

The 60 frames are then positionally stabilised, aperture corrected and then turned into 1080 frames.
Next, it is combined with a 2D background and the scene is temporally ramped to provide a smooth and non linear playback.

The background was created with a single camera.
The model was photographed in a studio, creating a facade that the entire project was performed elsewhere.

This level of production can be quite expensive.

Eventually, Mark will offer a permanent set up which is even more cost effective.

The camera array is also 3D ready.
60 cameras is equivalent to 59 stereo pairs
Click here to see an example

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some other 360 degree shots