Impossible Objects, a Los Angeles-based creative studio is working to define the future of film and entertainment by embracing real-time technology to blend the physical and digital worlds. The company has established key relationships and partnerships across film, gaming, and technology, and has built innovative projects and workflows with a growing list of clients including Blizzard, Google Play, Western Digital, Honda, and Toyota.
Founded by Joe Sill and Jerad Anderson, Impossible Objects’ preferred LED stage partner is Nant Studios, a provider of virtual production and visual effects stages. The technology in Nant Studios’ 24,000 square foot LED stage in El Segundo, California, includes Unreal Engine, Brompton’s Tessera SX40 LED processors, ROE Visual’s Black Pearl BP2 LED panels, and Carbon CB3 LED panels.
“With each production at Nant Studios, we can rely on their experienced team and the outstanding visual performance enabled by Brompton processing to deliver exemplary results,” said Sill. “Especially for automotive projects, we’re aiming to achieve a very seamless photoreal look, and Brompton helps us deliver that.”
Luc Delamare, Impossible Objects’ head of technology and virtual production supervisor, added, “Brompton’s Extended Bit Depth capabilities were also a huge benefit on the Polestar project, as we had a lot of ambient light and reflections that all needed to be accurate. The added precision you get with Extended Bit Depth, especially on the low-end brightness levels, makes a significant difference compared to what we’ve seen previously.”
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