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The Realtime Summit is all about exploring the possibilities of real-time creation. We've curated a range of leading voices from a diverse selection of disciplines to help paint a vivid picture when it comes to the use of these kinds of technologies. From on-set motion capture to immersive concert productions to high-level “what’s next” group conversations - we've gathered some of the best minds to share their stories, pique curiosities, and encourage exploration on the topic. 

We’ve curated this summit to be a meeting-of-the-minds; folks who can ask real questions and have genuine conversations about the subject matter, ultimately expanding on the impacts of how this kind of tech affects the creative industries.

In this stream:

  • Intro to Realtime Summit
  • The Next Frontier of Design: BrioXR
  • Virtual Production in British Columbia
  • Virtual Production Crash Course for Indie Filmmakers
  • Virtual Prediction: The Future of Filmmaking and VFX
  • DEMO: Directing a Virtual Real-Time Scene
  • Real-Time Applications in the Music Industry
  • Experiences from On-Set Virtual Production Tech
  • Cassini Logs
  • Stop-Motion by Virtual Production
  • CTO to CTO: A Fireside Chat
  • The Future of Storytelling Using Virtual Production
  • Youth in Tech: Real-Time VFX, Animation & Visual Storytelling

The promise of Virtual Production, utilizing toolsets including Realtime Game Engines for “in-camera” visual effects, has garnered a tremendous amount of attention as the global production community seeks to continue creating content during a worldwide pandemic. It has been touted as “the answer”, a magic bullet to get productions off location and into a more controlled stage-bound paradigm that’s safer for cast & crew. In the shadow of the success of some high-profile recent innovations, Production teams wrestle with the logistics and costs of this emerging tech.  

Many suggest that “this is how films will be made in the future” but is this indeed compatible with the ways in which studios and filmmakers want or need to operate? What is its practical longevity and where is it headed?


Kathy Chasen-Hay

Josh Kerekes

Steve Jelley

Lori Furie

Andy Williams