Digital Domain used its Charlatan tool to re-animate a line for the game-play version of Channing Tatum in the film.
Spoilers! Digital Domain does a deep, um, dive on their visual effects for this sequence.
Digital Domain discusses the full-on Vision fight scenes in ‘WandaVision’
The studio utilized its Charlatan face-swapping tool for the Super Bowl commercial.
They used their new face-swapping tech Charlatan for this Malaria Must Die campaign.
Digital Domain made a real-time autonomous digital human.
The VFX studio announces Masquerade 2.0.
Digital Domain on its morphing creature for ‘The Twilight Zone’.
Digital Domain on re-creating a 1930s Los Angeles.
Here’s how it was made, including the last minute changes.
Including the time VFX supe Rob Legato used an Evian spray bottle for outer-space particles.
Robots, ships and alien creatures.
Behind the facial motion capture software that helped make Thanos.
The director talks Sonic’s re-design and what it took to plan, shoot and post the film.
So, what was the first version you used?