I have a shoot where we're doing something really crazy. An Photographer called Gregory Colbert has a beautiful exhibition in Mexico City.
This is some insane work (I'm there on a recce as we speak). This guy literally hangs out for months for the perfect shot.
Anyway, we're doing a crazy little project where we are to "map" this exhibition for making a 3D world out of it. When finally made a 3D world we'll be making with a head-tracking software to it, so people will literally be able to explore this in a true 3D dimension. This means that as you walk it tracks your movement and displays the 3D world on the screen accordingly, which means that as you walk closer, you literally see it's effect on the screen. If you step to the side you will be able to watch accordingly to the angle you're to the screen. This makes it possible to actually look around objects.
This is of course a completely individual experience but it's awesome.
For us to map this museum/exhibition we need to track on a motion control rig and trigger of an 180 degree Nikon lens in 3 angles, front and sides. Then we need to track an inch or less and do the same again. Boring HAHAHAHA - especially since it's 3 corridors all about 220 yards/ each.
My red camera is to be used but I don't have the Nikon mount
We're shooting in Mexico City on the 23 through to the 26th with 27th as an reserved day. We would pay for shooting days + whatever travel days that's necessary.
As for technicians I don't think there can be better then the ones that's there.
The post company doing this is Swedish
and Motion control is from Mark Roberts himself
We'll be using the Ulti head.
I really need to know fairly soon and hate to see another crazy project that might be mind blowing to pass RED away.
PS. This production has people from Sweden, Denmark, UK and Mexico. So if there are anyone that has a Nikon mount in one of these countries it would of course be easier.