disguise and XPLOR to foster virtual production learning among UK professionals and graduates

disguise has recently confirmed that the organization will accelerate virtual production learning in the UK in partnership with XPLOR, an organization whose aim is to bring research and innovation to entertainment technology and production.

The two companies are launching the first UK Virtual Production Accelerator that will consists in a learning program that gives trainees hands-on experience with the latest real-time technologies and advanced LED volumes.

Based at XPLOR’s recently launched £7m+ Production Park facility in West Yorkshire, the program is suitable for both students and industry professionals. Over the course of four days, participants will get proficiency in volume control operations, virtual art department integration and practical shoot elements through a combination of online, classroom and on-set learning. XPLOR’s training is delivered by education providers Backstage Academy. The Production Park facility features 340 square meter virtual production volume and xR studio with ROE Visual LED screens.

“In just under three years, virtual production has changed from something only a few are experimenting with to a global phenomenon that allows filmmakers to tell even more ambitious stories. However, this growth in adoption has left a huge skills gap. disguise, just like XPLOR and Backstage Academy, shares a strong passion for education. After launching our Virtual Production Accelerator Program in America last year in partnership with ROE Visual, we now hope to bring the Accelerator’s focus on the practical to Production Park for VP enthusiasts in the UK and Europe,” says disguise Chief Experience Officer, Alex Wills.

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