Motion Pictures Laboratories (MovieLabs), together with member studios, has published a new white paper presenting an industry vision for the future of media creation technology by 2030. The paper, The Evolution off Media Creation, jointly authored by MovieLabs and technology leadership teams from Hollywood studios, paints a bold picture of future technology and discusses the need for the industry to work together now on innovative new software, hardware and production workflows to support and enable new ways to create content over the next ten years.
The 2030 Vision paper lays out key principles that will form the foundation of this technological future, with examples and a discussion of the broader implications of each. The key principles envision a future in which:
“While the next ten years will bring significant opportunities, there are still major challenges and inherent inefficiencies in our production workflows that threaten to limit our future ability to innovate,” commented Richard Berger, CEO MovieLabs. “We have been working closely with studio technology leaders and strategising how to integrate new technologies that empower filmmakers to create ever more compelling content with more speed and efficiency. By laying out these principles publicly, we hope to catalyse an industry dialogue and fuel innovation, encouraging companies and organisations to help us deliver on these ideas.”