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Behind-the-Scenes of Google’s Ground-Breaking 360-Degree Action Film

Google tapped Fast and Furious director Justin Lin to direct “Help,” their new immersive, 360-degree short film that premiered as part of their Advanced Technologies and Projects’ (ATAP) “Spotlight Series.”

Explain The Mill VFX supervisor Gawain Liddiard to Fast Company‘s Co.Create, “We went in the direction of creating primarily CG environments, which meant that the stitches between the different points of view between the different cameras could be blended more seamlessly. As we moved into a more full CG approach to the environments, we had a huge amount of control, we could manipulate the environment, and we had more freedom for the director.”

Watch a behind-the-scenes look below and read the full story here.