"The result of their exploration is a new technology allowing stills and motion to be captured at the same time, on the same set, with separate lighting setups customized to each type of image capture."
We are thrilled to share some of the press on our work in this film.
That scene is a jolt, because it’s a reminder of the narrative ambition and mythic grandeur that’s often reduced in this franchise to epic fights, fancy elocution and special effects
"I’ve never seen anything like it, that particular flashback that Val has," Blanchett said. The actress recalled that for the filming of this "amazing" sequence
There is arguably one scene that stands out from the rest when it comes to its pure aesthetic impact: the Valkyrie flashback.
We're getting ready to present a 7 minute film captured in a fraction of a second on the 62 foot screen at @dolbygallery, directed by Carlo Van de Roer. Along with an evening of live performances by San Francisco Bay Area sound artists @shanemyrbeck, Emily Shisko, and @cullenmiller -- "SonicLAB ((8))"
RSVP here http://soundwave.splashthat.com
'The cinematography of the #ThorRagnarok Valkyrie versus Hela battle sequence looks absolutely breathtaking.'
-- Marvel Cinematic Universe, on the scenes we shot with our moving light technology for the upcoming Thor Ragnarock film directed by Taika Watiti.
Check out some of our work in the new Thor Ragnarok trailer, directed by Taika Waititi.
We used our Satellite Lab moving light technology to shoot Cate Blanchett and Tessa Thompson and many winged horses, suspended in time.
Satellite Lab and Carlo Van de Roer created New Interactive Portraits using technology which lets you interactively control light-sources moving within images frozen in time.
These portraits of musicians, commissioned by Microsoft, were created in-camera using light-sources moving at thousands of feet per second.
Check it out here.