First film ever to use 3D thermal imaging

Film making has seen much transformation over the years. An award winning filmmaker Philippe Baylaucq has used 3D thermal imaging to shoot a short film named ORA.


The film maker talked about the process of making the film, from using thermal imaging cameras to working with performers in darkness with the only light source being the internal heat of the human body.


3D thermal imaging



These cameras are known to be limited to military, medical and scientific applications. For the first time they were used like human eyes to see in three dimensions. The crew who shot the film said the cameras allowed them to perceive the surprising reality of the thermal world of stereoscopy.


Filed under: News | Posted on May 23rd, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi

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