Studio Uses Breathtaking Visual Effects to Create Moving 3D Printed Version of Dancer

Recently, The Mill collaborated with awarding winning directors Dom&Nic to create a breathtaking music video for The Chemical Brothers’ new video Wide Open. The video shows world renowned dancer Sonoya Mizuno slowly transform into a 3D printed version of herself.

To complete the transition, The Mill used several advanced VFX techniques including motion capture and 3D tracking. In the behind the scenes video above, The Mill and their team give is a glimpse into how they were able to accomplish such a feat. For more information about how they created the video, take a look at their blog, referenced below, where they go into far more detail.

The Chemical Brothers ‘Wide Open’ Music Video

Source: The Mill.