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Can a maker of films transition to Hololens (not a programmer)

Hi, my brother does films for lawyers, and other businesses. He films, and then edits with advanced software. Would HoloLens help his profession in any way?

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  • stepan_stulovstepan_stulov ✭✭✭
    edited November 2017

    Hey, @Gidmeister

    Check out these videos:

    Hope this gives some ideas.

    Building the future of holographic navigation. We're hiring.

  • So it seems from the two videos that you can put an artificial 3D character in a movie, and (somewhat less clear) create an entire artificial landscape and setting for a movie where real people move in the landscape. Does that sum it up?

  • I did one for internal use. Ask him to watch this video. I did contact the producer of this short movie for something. She got an invite/offer to discuss to make a movie in Hollywood after the success of this.

    It's all about the imagination how to use this technology. There is no limit to it.
    See the video below.

  • The vimeo video by HoloDevices shows a kind of integration that might work with crime scene reconstruction. I don't know personally anyone who makes such films (the closest I know of is a person who films court depositions), but I'm thinking that a lawyer who is trying to convince jurors of a particular scenario could take a crime scene, and put in the actors. I guess you could use real actors too, but usually you are not supposed to invade actual crime scenes. The creatures and little girl in the Vimeo video are remarkable. I assume HoloLens movies could do the same, except maybe not with retina devices. I wonder if you could superimpose historical figures over actors using this technology?

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