The virtual production in few words :
Virtual production is a film production technique that combines live-action, special effects, and computer-generated imagery (CGI) to create a realistic and interactive environment in which to film a movie or television show. It allows directors to create elaborate 3D sets and environments, rather than building them physically on a soundstage or filming location. This saves time and money, and can create environments or special effects that would be difficult or impossible to achieve with traditional techniques.
Virtual production can involve real-time rendering technology, motion capture, and other techniques to create a seamless blend of real action and CGI. It can also use virtual or augmented reality to allow directors and actors to interact with the environment or virtual characters as if they were real.
Among the examples of movies and television shows that have used virtual production techniques are “The Mandalorian,” “Avatar,” “Game of Thrones,” and now Michelin’s web series “FCD” produced by SoWhen?.