A unique testing ground where the creative sector and education work together to better understand the possibilities around volumetric video capturing.

Within a volumetric studio, dozens of cameras capture all the movements of a living subject simultaneously. These recordings are converted into a fully moving and digital image, which results in an image that is barely distinguishable from reality. Chronosphere gives content creators and scientists the unique opportunity to experiment with volumetric capturing, using the newest volumetric studio within De Effenaar. There is room for a total of twenty projects, and proposals can be submitted.


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De Effenaar, 4DR Studios, Wildvreemd, Natlab, 360 Verbeelding, Dutch Rose Media, Hyperspace Institute, Fontys Hogescholen, TU/e Center for Humans & Technology


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