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Constant Contact Ads, Filmed with the Gazelle

Constant Contact “Sports”

Constant Contact “Bistro”

Constant Contact “Shelter”

Filmed with the Gazelle motion control camera crane.
Kuper motion control software allowed for detailed pre-vis of all motion control shots in Maya, then imported into Kuper.

Production Company – Roger LA

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Interstellar – Directed by Christopher Nolan, Coming November 7, 2014

Interstellar – Directed by Christopher Nolan

It’s nice to see directors shooting miniatures on film. and understanding that every visual effects shot in a movie doesn’t have to be CG. Thanks Christopher Nolan!

2:00 to 2:15 feature beautifully shot miniatures.

Interstellar, Starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, is coming November 7, 2014. Visit www.interstellarmovie.com/ and IMDB for more information.

Motion Control Operator – Joshua Cushner
Motion Control Operator – Paul Maples
Motion Control Operator – Rob Menapace (NAC Motion Base)
Motion Control Technician – Craig Shumard
Motion Control Technician – Adam Francis
Motion Control Technician – Garritt Hampton

Zumba Fitness World Party Video Game

Zumba Fitness World Party

Zumba Fitness World Party has just been released for the Microsoft Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii U, and Nintendo Wii. The Graphlite motion control crane was used to capture the movement of all of the dancers and to film intros to each level. Pacific Motion Control worked closely with Ron Fischer and the crew at Universal’s UVS1 to provide real-time compositing and accurate move data for post production. Move data was streamed in real-time to Ron and his Lightcraft Previzion system, and live composites of the dancers on CGI backgrounds were able to be viewed by the production crew. This move data was then used in post production to seamlessly integrate the moving shots of live dancers into the digitally created world of the game. The footage was shot on an Arri Alexa.

Production Company: Majesco Entertainment
Director: Katie Boyum
Motion Control Operator: Les Bernstein
Motion Control Tech: Craig Shumard
Motion Control Tech: Garritt Hampton

ABC Promo Sunday Night Promo

ABC Sunday Night Promo

The Graphlite motion control crane was used to shoot the stair shots from 0:32 to 0:42. This shot was extensively pre-vised in Maya, using our Graphlite Maya Model and the move was imported into our Kuper motion control software. The shot mixed live-action, CG elements and intricate set design to extend the circular staircase.

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