Video Games & Movies To Combine Axe Post-Production Process - 1313 Still Being Developed?!?

Jay Cochran - September 20, 2013 is reporting that a statement made by Lucasfilm at the Technology Strategy Board event in London this week suggests video game engines will be used in film-making with the two disciplines combining to eliminate the movie post-production process.

According to the company's chief technology strategy officer Kim Libreri, "We think that computer graphics are going to be so realistic in real time computer graphics that, over the next decade, we'll start to be able to take the post out of post-production; where you'll leave a movie set and the shot is pretty much complete,"

The article states that the folks at Lucasfilm feel that combining the assets of movies and video games will allow you to to customize movies in real time.

"If you combine video games with film-making techniques, you can start to have these real deep, multi-user experiences. Being able to animate, edit and compose live is going to change the way we work and it's really going to bring back the creative experience in digital effects."

Shown below is a video Lucasfilm showed during the London event demonstrating the "performance capture stage" driving the game engine for 1313, which according to The Inquirer is still being developed despite reports back in April that said Disney had canceled the game when they shut down Lucas' game division LucasArts.


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