Mechanism Digital Studio in Chelsea, NYC gave me an opportunity to flex some REALFLOW muscles.
The project is KILLER DEAL, a VR (virtual reality) horror/comedy short that premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. This year was the festival's debut of the VR "arcade" which offers movie go-ers a chance to walk into viewing rooms with curtain walls. Inside each room, you can watch or rather "experience" each project while wearing a headset. In the main lounge, there are enough headsets laying around for viewers to spin revovling chairs while experiencing a movie.
"Killer Deal" was an amazing film to be a part of because it features in-you-face blood splatters in a 360 space. They had amazing on-set blood for the special effects, but Mark Palkoski composited blood that I generated using Realflow software into the 360 world. It was amazing to see the whole process and what's really involved with making footage that plays well in VR.