Technologies Transforming the Film Industry

Media Entertainment Tech Outlook | Saturday, January 22, 2022

In numerous aspects, technology has dramatically simplified and expanded the scope of filmmaking, movie viewing, and film-related commerce.

Fremont, CA: All industries, including retail, real estate, healthcare, transport media, journalism, and all industry niches imaginable, were transformed by technology. Similarly, technology has had a paradigm-shifting effect on the motion picture industry. Technology has had an unprecedented impact on the film business, from the filmmaking process to the editing mechanism to sound engineering, post-production, and marketing.

Here’s how technology is transforming the film industry:


Do you realize that most of the breathtaking panoramic views you've seen in Hollywood films for decades were shot from helicopters or low-flying aircraft? During the '60s and '80s, it was incredibly costly to film such scenes. The drones were a convenient and actually helpful technology that enabled filmmakers to capture panoramic or bird's-eye-view images at a lower cost and with fewer complications. Drones have quickly supplanted helicopters as the preferred method for filming aerial shots in the film business, as they are less expensive and more efficient.

4k+3D technology

4K technology combined with 3D effects has become an essential component of visually compelling action drama and science fiction films. This actually requires virtual reality technology and the usage of the latest camera, such as the Lucid VR camera, capable of recording 4k 3D footage. This is the type of technology that enables filmmakers to shoot underwater scenes with the greatest depth to provide spectators with an immersive experience.

Dual camera VR

Dual-camera virtual reality, or Dual-Camera VR, is the newest filmmaking technique that is employed in an excessive number of films. While one camera captures the environment, the other captures the film's characters. Integrating both sights with VR facilitates a more realistic and engaging 360-degree viewing experience for the spectator.