We create the effect of volumetric space in frozen time. The moment is fixed, but the camera continues to move. From this arises volume, space and time are visually stratified. As a result, the viewer experiences an incredible impression.
For the first time this effect was used in the film The Matrix. The creative task was to show how Neo, the main character, learned to manage the space and time of the virtual world.
Technically, this effect is achieved with a large number of cameras. They all take pictures at the same time, fixing one five hundredth of a second. With each camera, we take one frame. Putting frames in a sequence, we get a smooth movement of the camera. In this case, the object in the frame remains fixed.
Our design is light and mobile. We use 24 SLR cameras. There are options for their installation: on circles of different diameters, on semicircles, in a line, vertically and horizontally. You can adjust the height of the entire “farm”. You can make it moveable by attaching it to a moving platform. An infinite number of options. It all depends on the task and your imagination.
We are able to quickly collect the resulting frames in the final sequence. On average, it takes 20 seconds to build one sequence. This allows the viewer to immediately see the result (15-second video instantly sent to you by e-mail) and get the emotion. In a day, in 8 hours, it turns out to photograph and process in this way about 300 ready-made frames.
We can give the finished video for all social networks (Instagram, Facebook, etc.), we can give RAW files for subsequent CG processing.
In general, this effect can be interesting to apply absolutely in any area. We are a creatively thinking team, ready to find an interesting solution to any task.