SYNERTIAL

Indigo for Air France

 

Location: Paris, France

Date/Duration of the Project: 2010, over several days

 

Client needs
‘Indigo’ is Spanish based 3D company that had been awarded a contract by Air France to create a 3D training video for their Flight attendants (not customers).

 

Challenges
The motion had to be captured inside an actual plane, with an array of ferrous metal scattered throughout and potentially interfering with the data.
 


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