Camera Motion Control
The only limit is your imagination.
Robotface has bought Hollywood grade camera motion control to Australia.
For a cinematographer, this means getting camera movement exactly how you want it and where you want it every time. For a producer, this means no time lost building complicated makeshift camera rigs and for VFX people camera motion control means the ability to repeat and scale the same dynamic camera move over an over again to shoot all the plates needed so that all elements line up for that final dynamic shot.
You now have access to the BOLT High-Speed Camera Robot and nine meters of track, anywhere in Australia!
Slow or High-speed robotic arm
Camera payload up to 20kg
Every move precisely repeatable
3-9 meters of track
Track speeds up to 5M per second
Max Height 3.5m
Arm reach 2m
Fully mobile Australia wide
Export FBX and stream realtime camera data
If you have not worked with camera motion control before you will likely have a lot questions.
Can the BOLT travel to location?
What are the power requirements?
What speeds can the cinebot go?
Here's some of the more common questions.
So what is camera motion control? What does a camera motion control robot do and how does it help you if you want to sell a product, shoot eye-popping live action sequence, shoot miniature sets and models, shoot dynamic time-lapse content, shoot a music video, or want if you want to duplicate real life camera moves into CGI workflows?
To answer some of these questions we’ve compiled this video with behind the scenes and actual footage from some of our projects, as well as set up a series of examples of some of the applications and principals of motion control.
Hamish & Andy - March Eve
Amity Affliction - Forever
Slater & Gordon - TVC