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Avatar 2’s CGI ground breaking and you had no idea

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Avatar 2’s CGI ground breaking and you had no idea

Avatar: The Way of Water employs a number of major leaps forward in CGI water simulation technology that makes the effects even more groundbreaking.

How CGI has entered a new video incarnation: The path of water is actually far more groundbreaking than realized. Since its release in 2009, James Cameron’s avatar has introduced listeners to the world of Pandora’s haughty aliens and the locals’ belly button world. The film is best known for its stunning visual effects, which are further explored in Cameron’s sequel, Avatar: The Way of Water. Upcoming movies follow Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and his family as they fight to protect Pandora from human invaders again.

A new trailer for the sequel to Avatar: The Way of Water teases some of what’s to come, including a big leap forward in CGI technology and a more ocean-centric setting. Even before the trailer was released, the report detailed the depiction of the vast water tank that many actors entered for their roles, where newcomer Kate Winslet set a new world record for longest underwater breath among actors. In addition to Worthington, Avatar: The Way of Water has seen the return of several actors from the first movie, including Joe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Giovanni RBC, and Stephen Lang.

Wētā FX (formerly Veta Digital) is famous for his work on the first incarnation film, as well as his contributions to the Lord of the Rings trilogy, as well as new videos for the other film hosts and the corridor crew. The studio on Avatar: The Way of Water is once again pushing the boundaries of CGI. While not much is still known about Cameron’s upcoming sequel, when it comes to shooting CGI waters, it’s clear that the new movie will introduce tech and technology that audiences have never seen before. Since most of the new movie is set in an ocean setting, Wētā FX is clearly dedicated to creating photo-realistic-looking water simulations, at least from the trailer footage.

While the first incarnation represents a big leap in CGI technology, the second looks like it will be similarly innovative with its groundbreaking visuals. While not all CGIs in the original incarnation look as good as in 2009 by today’s standards, the sequel has the potential to have a lively impact that will continue for decades to come. Released December 16 with Avatar: The Way of Water, viewers will be offered additional trailers showing the film’s visual effects in the coming months.

A new trailer for the sequel to Avatar: The Way of Water teases some of what’s to come, including a big leap forward in CGI technology and a more ocean-centric setting. Even before the trailer was released, the report detailed the depiction of the vast water tank that many actors entered for their roles, where newcomer Kate Winslet set a new world record for longest underwater breath among actors. In addition to Worthington, Avatar: The Way of Water has seen the return of several actors from the first movie, including Joe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Giovanni RBC, and Stephen Lang

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