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Old 04-07-2013, 09:07 PM   #1
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Need help on "Iron Man Jarvis Interface & hologram" experiment film shoot !!

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I m a tiny VFX artist & want to do some experiment job like Iron Man Jarvis Interface & hologram, but during the film shoot how to maintain the eye target, finger positioning or the space/environment tracking accuracy, Which will help me to do the post production & animation job and tracking smoothly?
Pls help !!
Old 04-08-2013, 04:55 PM   #2
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I remember seeing an After Effects tutorial on Scroll through the vid tutorials. Hope it helps.
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Thanks a lot
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Put some small green tape, or red dots on a sheet of glass, something small that you can roto out later on, but so that the actor knows where to look, or what to touch. I'd also put some tracking markers on the corners of the screen too so you can track in your graphics. We did something similar on a cell phone shoot.
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Old 04-08-2013, 06:12 PM   #5
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Thanks for your helps guys
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The advantage of something like this that you can create the digital scene to react to the actor, instead of the other way around. Where they touch something, you put in a button, where they look, you put a gizmo thing.

Have a plan, rehearse it with the actor, and then just have fun.

The videocopilot tutorial has some awesome tips on creating the depth, although I would recommend rendering your own 'widgets' is something that you can create more complex things than AE.

Hit Deviant Art, and search for TECH BRUSHES, and you get some truly awesome stuff for Photoshop that you can as masks to create some cool 3D holograms. Of course, you need permission, but honestly thats just an email away.
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