What began as an indie mobile game in 2014, Five Nights At Freddy’s has grown into a multimedia franchise with multiple games, novel adaptations and a feature film currently in progress. The series is produced by Kiev, Ukraine-based GoldenLane Studio. One particularly challenging scene for GoldenLane co-founder Roman Maltsev was playing two characters named Zoe and Ellis that kiss.
Recognizing the growing need for today’s professional actors, directors and producers to learn the unique challenges behind working with motion capture technology, iPi Soft has partnered with The Mocap Vaults, an educational resource that offers both online tutorials and live workshops in Los Angeles, select cities in Canada, London, and other European cities.
iPi Soft’s markerless iPi Motion Capture technology was used to capture all the motion in the live-action mecha feature film The Boy and His Robot. Directed by Rich Ho, founder of Singapore-based Richmanclub Studios, the film marks the first time iPi Motion Capture’s six Sony PS Eye gaming webcams set up was used for main actors and robot action, proprietary crowd simulation and more.