I wonder if we might see this replace green screen studios in the next few years:
I don't reakon we will. Because green screen will remain as a much cheaper option than HD wraparound screens.
With high profile films it kind of makes sense. So they can point to specific things (eg. Mountains, an incoming ship etc). Wheras with a news broadcast most of it is cosmetic and doesn't need to be interacted with.
Installing expensive screens that wouldn't noticeably improve the quality of the programme would undoubtedly be seen as a waste of money. Especially when a piece of green cloth or boarding could to almost the same thing
It’s not the green cloth that does the work in the ITV studio though! It’s the infrastructure broadcasters aren’t adverse to spending money on LED screens and adapting this technology will likely get cheaper and better over time.
Yeah. IIRC that side of things was produced by lightwell.
But surely the screens would need similar technology to calculate parallax and where the objects would be. So green boarding would still be cheaper
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