Add content to your virtual and augmented reality projects with volumetric capture and holograms
Film in volumetric to unleash a free floating viewpoint of the action, creating amazing visuals
Capture dynamic volumetric data of any living being in your own research laboratory
DYNAMIC VOLUMETRIC CAPTURE
Founded in 2007, our team emerged from a research project covering various theoretical domains including computer vision, imaging, filming and VFX.
Pooling this knowledge-base we went on to create a dynamic volumetric capture system capable of filming live action actors in a large capture area, and then generating realistic holograms for virtual environments.
Thanks to our decade of experience, we have already explored a large number of projects in visual effects and both virtual and augmented reality. We support many applications and devices, such as:
Add depth to your virtual and augmented reality productions with volumetric capture sequences. Bring celebrities into the virtual world and create truly next gen applications: VR movies, AR ads or holograms
Accelerate your VFX production by filming 4D sequences of extras and actors to be used throughout your film. Create amazing visual effects such as virtual camera movements, crowd effects or frozen moments
Free yourself from the laborious system engineering work and focus on the research. With our volumetric capture systems, you get a ready-to-use tool that has been tried and tested by many computer vision labs around the world.
Learn how to quickly use our 4D technology with your favorite softwareRead more
Get holograms in your pocket! Download our new app for iOS and Android and try out our technologyRead more
Take a step into our green studio, create your own 4D sequences and all-new experiences mixing...Read more
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