Virtual Sets in Movies

Up until 2019, movies and TV that wanted to integrate computer-generated graphics used green screens. But now new technology uses giant screens instead to create the background and action in real time. For actors, virtual sets feel much more realistic than sterile green screens do. Virtual Sets also allows everything (or a lot more) to be recorded in camera.

Why ‘The Mandalorian’ Uses Virtual Sets Over Green Screen | Movies Insider
Real-Time In-Camera VFX for Next-Gen Filmmaking | Project Spotlight | Unreal Engine
Virtual sets in Mandalorian – VFX & Unreal engine
The Virtual Production of The Mandalorian, Season One
Behind the Scenes: Treehouse Digital – LED Screen / Virtual Production Test Shoot

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