How James Cameron transforms undersea movie theater with Character

How James Cameron transforms undersea movie theater with Character

With 'Character 2: The Way of Water, James Cameron has taken motion capture to a brand-new level.

He created an underwater mocap system and a 3D-based light beam splitter video camera rig for creating the renowned CGI Na'vi personalities.

Cameron's underwater trip began with the 1989 sci-fi dramatization 'The Abyss'

Cameron made several real-life journeys to the deep sea during the shooting of 'Titanic' and also the Marianas Trench in the Pacific.

He also established deep-sea shooting lights and cameras for numerous docudramas.

Free vehicle drivers trained the cast to hold their breath for approximately 8 minutes.

The stars were geared up with undersea jet packs to make their swimming capacities look even more fluid and also alien.

The Canadian-born supervisor has total assets of $700 million in 2022.

With the special impacts being used, Avatar 2's spending plan is estimated to be about $250 million.