This is Luke in his hi-vis during setup the night before. This was in the usual lighting inside the terminal building, we couldn't use any extra lighting as that would be a trip hazard to the busy concourse. It is actually quite amazing how well the 3D camera picks out the person. We get much higher quality results using a pro photographer with a wireless camera sending directly to a dedicated Green Screen Alienware system with a skilled operator. That's to be expected when you are using the very best equipment, software and skilled staff. But for a fun snap produced quickly with no green screen it's actually pretty good! Here is an example of one of the fun GIF's we produced the next morning.
One thing we did learn is that the huge windows at Gatwick combined with the brightest sunrise we have ever seen are not ideal for the 3D camera! We really should have brought some of our led lighting to light the guests, but this was the first time this new system had been used. The guests loved the fact we could change videos in the background instantly. They could choose either a photo or to create a GIF, or both. We printed the photos instantly and the guests could also instantly share the videos, GIF's and photos. We used our special iPad app for that, they could enter a mobile phone and receive the images instantly, or use email, facebook, instagram, or twitter. This was very popular as usual.
Here's the Captain and crew of the inaugural flight having fun very early the next morning.
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