Avatar 2 release date, plot, cast, Story, Trailer
It seems by now that James Cameron Hollywood stars has spent long time talking about his coming Avatar sequels than he’s actually spent making them.
While he is certainly made this clear over the past year (for example, he wants people to watch the movies in glasses-free 3D), Cameron has revealed the Avatar 2 will be set apart by something which has taken his team a year or a half to just figure out: underwater motion and capture technology – something he claims has “never been done before.”
“We’re doing it,” he told Collider ahead of the 20th anniversary of his movie Titanic. “It’s never been done before or it’s very tricky because our motion capture system and like most motion capture systems and is what they call optical base and meaning that it uses markers that are photographed with thousands of cameras.
“The problem with water is not the underwater part and the interface between the air or the water and which forms a moving mirror. That moving mirror reflects all the dots or markers or it creates a bunch of false markers. It’s a little bit like a fighter helicopters dumping a bunch of chaff to confuse the radar system of a missile. It creates hundreds of false targets, so we’ve had to figure out how to get around that problem, which we did.