It has been such an exciting year seeing all of the new projects created with KitBash and UE5 – The Cloud Racer from Virtual Production pioneers Impossible Objects is a shining example of what small teams can do with this powerful tool combination.
While the 100% CG film soars via its cutting-edge "virtual production" techniques and real-time workflows, its soul is firmly grounded in old-school Hollywood sensibilities, resulting in a glossy confection that is a pleasing amalgam of forward-looking futurism and nostalgia ... the spirit of Top Gun is very much present within The Cloud Racer too. Sill’s translation of childhood favorites into a new paradigm is, to me, a welcome sign that, even as technology evolves, the stories and styles of filmmaking we’ve enjoyed in the past will find ways to persist.
NantStudios and Impossible Objects are excited to launch a new demo film for Polestar, a fully electric car company, which was built entirely in Unreal Engine by Impossible Objects and serviced by NantStudios and its virtual production team to showcase the limitless potential and capabilities of virtual production. Impossible Objects is a new world-building lab that utilises virtual production to tell branded and original stories and enables filmmakers to manifest original stories unrestricted by creative limitations. NantStudios is a full-service virtual production company specialising in LED stage build outs, virtual art creation and onset operations.
To bring the concept of Battle at Home Screen to life, virtual production studio Impossible Objects employed a range of cutting-edge filmmaking techniques, including producing virtual environments, 3D assets, real-time previsualization, a hybrid live-action shoot, and intricate animation sequences.
In a Google Play commercial called ‘Battle at Home Screen,’ a raft of key hero and villain characters from Blizzard’s Diablo Immortal game emerge from inside a Google Pixel phone to engage in battle. It was brought to life by virtual production studio Impossible Objects, working with agency Omelet.