Avatar 2'' to utilise underwater motion capture technology

Thursday, 11 April 2013 - 13:26



 “Avatar” director James Cameron’s close collaborator Jon Landau, who also co-produced the 2009 sci-fi epic, revealed that they may utilise underwater motion capture technology in “Avatar 2”.

Speaking at the National Association of Broadcasters’ Technology Summit on Cinema in Las Vegas, Landau said visual effects crews are able to simulate water with computer graphics, but “can’t simulate the actor’s experience” underwater.

He said that they are currently experimenting with the idea of putting actors in a water tank and doing “underwater performance capture”.

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