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The massive curved screen termed 'Wildscope' measures over 80 ft across, and uses 3 x laser projectors to fill the screen image.
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The front half of the theatre's audience experiences a 270 degree field of view that is more immersive than Virtual Reality or even 3D - without the need for special glasses.
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The theatre features a newly designed Krix 8-channel surround system which allows sounds to be positioned precisely in relation to the curved screen to help fully immerse the viewer in the experience.
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With over 80 VFX shots, the finished short film has more digital visual effects than the original feature film Jurassic Park.
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During the main shoot, the production averaged around 1.5 TB of data per day. Even the 'low resolution' files for editing the film were a higher resolution than can be played on most cinema screens.
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The scenic shots were achieved on a custom built 3-camera array known as 'The Trident' in a collaboration between the production company 'Main Course Films' and XM2 Aerial. This was flown on a specially modified octocopter drone flown by XM2 Aerial.
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The 5:1 aspect ratio is more than double the width of Cinemascope and the screen is more curved than Cinerama.
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Because of the unique surround sound format, the final sound mix had to be completed in the Taronga Centenary Theatre, which was still under construction.
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The filmmakers considered using VR to preview how the images would look on the curved screen, but abandoned this plan when they realized that VR goggles would not be able to show the crucial peripheral vision effects of the unique screen.
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Despite the large number of VFX shots, no green-screen was used and only one shot used a digital set extension.
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