Water is a major element in the new James Cameron film and the technology used in the first installment just wasn’t enough to carry over to the sequel.
With the premiere of James Cameron wanted to revolutionize cinema Avatar In 2009, and 13 years later we couldn’t have expected more from its sequel, Avatar: Spirit of Water, New characters, new locations and, above all, new special effects that have brought illusion back to Pandora.
Avatar 2 is breaking one record after another, surpassing Tom Cruise’s underwater time of Kate Winslet (7 minutes and 15 seconds), before becoming the fastest film to gross over $1,000 million in 2022 Top Gun: Maverick hey jurassic world: dominion,
But, setting aside records and what remains to be achieved, Avatar: The Sense of Water has something that a film in cinema has never managed to experience before: the loki technology, This new CGI technique was invented by and for the film. Surprising, isn’t it?
Avatar 2 He played with another very different element, and one we didn’t see in the first installment, water. For many of the productions, water has been a headache, something that Cameron could not deal with as most of the film takes place in the aquatic world of Pandora.
The need to show the protagonist underwater and wet created the need to use a new CGI technique to make the experience more real. So he was WETA, Leading VFX Company which operates in the title, has developed a new physics engine called Loki.
But what is gained from this edge? Thanks to Loki, the VFX team manages to create water, clothing, hair, and even make all those elements interact with each other and even on a smaller scale. no textures,