Fulldome Projection film
In April 2019 a group of students and professors, gathered together to create a 20 minute film that will featured for the opening of the film festival in Macon, Ga. The film was divided into 3 acts, each with different themes ( nature, transcendence, synesthesia ). One of my roles was to lead a group of 20 students as co-producer and editor of the film to its completion as well as to create content for the dome. As part of our task was to test the visuals on a structure that resembles a dome, in this case we had to use an inflatable dome to start testing.
Client: Fulldome Festivals - Museum of Art and Sciences, Macon, Ga
Roles: co-producer, editor and artist.
This 20 minute film, reunite different art techniques from hand drawn animation to elements done on 3-D software such as Maya, Cinema 4-D, and unreel engine. The challenge was to stitch all the visuals together in a way that could hold its continuity and capture the story we wanted to tell, “to create a multi-sensory aesthetic experience that bring forth spiritual redemption through the medium of a dome-projection.” as explained in the words of one of the producers of the film.
As part of the process, the film was divided into three different acts, where each had a different theme. Communication among each group and as the overall team was key to create a positive work environment and make this film a success. Below are some of the photographs of the stills from the show,
Source images: Prof. Reichenbach and the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, Ga.