CGI Challenge with The Story of Earth

The Story of Earth is the third in a series that Wayne Hyett has edited for Giant Screen. Along side Hidden Universe and Life in Space - the CGI footage he had to play with was crafted scientifically accurate by the incredible team at Swinburne. Yet this film marks a difference, as instead of looking to current science and data - it is casting back to our very beginning.


Check out this article about how they did it.

The Story of Earth is now screening across the US.

Second IMAX film LIFE IN SPACE begins shooting

The Search for Life in Space 3D explores NASA’s ground breaking new brand of science – Astrobiology. It takes us on a journey to a new era of space exploration to find signs of life somewhere else in the universe. This is a journey that takes us from the depths of the Pacific Ocean to Europa, the ice moon of Jupiter, back in time to when Mars was a virtual Eden, and out into the far reaches of space in search of planets like ours.

This groundbreaking film is almost entirely shot on location in Hawaii and captured using the RED Dragon in resolutions as high as 8K and is being made in association with Swinburne University Astrophysics Department who create the stunning space CGI sequences for the film.

Post-production will continue until February 2016.