An industry first from Australian film using projection for ray tracing

ALR screens and UST projectors were used to copy the way light refracts and reflects in real life, it was filmed solely using Blackmagic Design cameras.  

Real-time ray tracing system has been perfected by an Australian film production, using ambient light rejecting screens and short throw projectors.  

By copying the way light reflects in real life ray tracing boosts VFX realism. 

Matt Drummond, film director, utilised the one of its kind systems in the Don’t Go Below feature film which was filmed solely using Blackmagic Design cameras. 

In Don’t Go Below, a 12-year-old boy and his sister explore an underground kingdom of pangolins.  

The real time projection system gave actors gave more direction for interacting with other characters, Drummond also shot at a higher ISO to control light spill for the real time ray tracing system.  

DaVinci Resolve Studio editing, color grading, VFX, and audio post-production software and Fusion Studio visual effects (VFX) and motion graphics software were also utilized by Drummond to help complete the film. He has worked in VFX for 25 years.He estimates that he was able to save 300 days in post-production as a result. 

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