Volumetric Filmmaking is a growing movement in immersive (AR/VR/MR) content characterized by interactive experiences created using predominantly 3D scanned imagery. Techniques such as volumetric video and photogrammetry are used in conjunction with game engines to enable viewer agency within reconstructed lifelike environments.
A true hybrid of video games and cinema, volumetric filmmaking draws inspiration from related creative disciplines, such as documentary film, immersive theater, cinematic 360° virtual reality, interactive installations, choose-your-own-adventure books, walking simulator games, and generative art.
The next dimension in filmmaking
Volumetric Filmmaking fuses the crafts of video games and filmmaking, creating something completely new. This format excels at conveying narratives that draw from the world – real places, real people, real stories – presented in interactive environments that invite viewers to participate and interact.
There are important stories that can only be told through volumetric filmmaking.
Our mission at Scatter is to create and empower the quintessential volumetric films that embody the creative potential of the Volumetric Filmmaking medium. We create original experiences at our studio, and build tools as product of our creative experimentation. Depthkit is a tool that we've created to tell our stories.
With the expansion of the XR ecosystem and a growing interest in spatial technologies, Depthkit is now used worldwide across many industries, from education to entertainment to healthcare and beyond. It all starts with real people, captured authentically in 3 dimensions.
- Read about the history of Volumetric Filmmaking from Scatter CEO James George
- Join our Volumetric Filmmakers Facebook Group to discuss the craft and art of volumetric.
Updated over 1 year ago