Virtual Production Dojo in collaboration with Graphic Monk Productions undertook the morphological facial reconstruction of a 9000-year-old Kennewick Man. This study aimed to provide an in-depth look and the possibilities of using emerging technologies in archaeological anthropology and forensic facial and anatomical reconstruction.
The steps used to create digital humans for film and gaming will be the focus of an Ōtepoti Youth Space workshop, presented next week by technology and game development professional Jeasy Sehgal.
The founder and creative director of Dunedin-based Virtual Production Dojo training centre, Mr Sehgal will lead the workshop next Wednesday 11th May 2022 from 4 pm at the pop-up youth space in Princes St.
Mr Sehgal is keen to inspire rangatahi to consider developing their digital skills in a field that is constantly growing and changing.
Virtual Production Dojo, the brainchild of Dunedin-based Jeasy Sehgal, offers an industry-relevant training programme in virtual film-making, covering scriptwriting, character development, 3-D film technology, editing, and more.
Virtual production works by blending virtual and real-time elements, which allows the director greater flexibility in storytelling.
A quest to help members of ethnic communities develop their creativity has been a driving force for a Dunedin training organisation.
Virtual Production Dojo founder Jeasy Sehgal said a short pilot film called Oyun’s Quest: Prologue was created to showcase the possibilities of virtual production in the screen and games industries.
Upcoming filmmakers, designers, cinematographers and interactive designers now have the opportunity to receive a Complete 3D Character Design & Animation Bundle package when they study with Virtual Production Dojo.