Industrial Light & Magic is legendary in the film industry. Founded by George Lucas in the seventies to produce practical effects for his upcoming Star Wars movies, ILM has had a hand in some of the most iconic movies of all time. Today, they’re still creating that magic, but with 21st century technology including 3D printers. Landis Fields is one of the magicians behind the scenes - designing everything from droids to immersive landscapes and a true 3D printing and tech wizard.
Join us as we go behind the scenes with Landis and learn about how 3D printing has become an essential tool for practical effects, but also virtual production in tandem with tools like Unreal Engine, MCAP suits, and handheld Vcams.
- ILM History in Effects
- Landis’ Design and 3D printing experience
- Using 3D printers and other virtual production tools