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How did they shoot this hardware video?

I know it's live action hardware with hands but how did they rig it and make everything white? I really like to hear all ideas out there.



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Probably lots of CG and compositing.


My guess is they shot the hand stuff with a locked off camera (one tablet at a time; it's the same hand for both), and used CG to spin and slide the tablets in-and-out of shots.


The background could have been either a white or green background that would have been replaced in post. The exposure and white balance would have probably been set based on the screens, and since they probably didn't match each other, one more reason to shoot them separately. This assumes the screens were actually live for the shoot.


One man's opinion,


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