Sheridan’s SIRT showcase talents at City of Toronto event at TIFF

Research Leads and co-op students at Sheridan’s Screen Industries Research and Training Centre (SIRT) showcased their talents in exciting real-time, virtual human puppetry and live compositing, while in attendance at xoTO House, an invite-only City of Toronto event to kick-off the Toronto International Film Festival.

Real-time, virtual human puppetry allows you to control the face of a virtual character in real-time using a device like the iPhone X camera, and live compositing in a virtual production is a film technique that allows you to transport yourself into a virtual scene with only a Blackmagic Studio Camera and green screen.

Many notable guests attended the xoTO House including Toronto Mayor John Tory, Sheridan’s own Dean of Innovation and Engagement John Helliker and Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie.

For more on SIRT and the event, please visit their website.

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