To allow me to take some of the captions out I needed a voiceover. I wanted this voice to be contrasting to the ‘squeaky’ hologram voice. I wrote a script and ask David to speak it and record in the sound booth.
It is clear there is too much information in the captions.
I am going to put a second voice in as a voiceover so I can take some of the information out of the captions.
There are some spelling mistakes also.
Sound and music is still needed along with logos at the beginning at end.
For these clothes I photograph real clothes to give the view something to connect with, although the patterns will gradually get more extreme.
More extreme/digital deigns. Phototshop.
I have been recording the voice for the hologram which I am going to edit on Audition to make sound robotic and futuristic.
So far I have masked out the edges of the studio that were in the caught in the shot because it was necessary to be such a wide shot to get the full length of Maya.
Lining up the hologram with Maya’s action
Visual Appearance is starting to take shape. Using Effects like ‘glow’ and ‘screen’ as the transparency setting.
The app idea has developed into a hologram, controlled through smart watch or phone. This is perfect because the suit is so technical it compliments this. I also means that I can solve the issues of the person walking in the suit which I want to green screen onto because the walking will make it very difficult to make the visuals look realistic as they will need to move with the suit. And doing this for multiple different patterns and fitting each and every movement of the body is something that would take weeks. The hologram idea allows me to keep the actor very still when the visuals appear on the suit.