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The Future of Motion Control Accelerates to Digital-Michael O with Noonday Creates “Mobot”

The Future of Motion Control Accelerates to Digital-Michael O with Noonday Creates “Mobot”

Toss the Limitations of High-Speed Cinematography Aside

In the past, if you’ve ever shot high-speed film, you know how extremely difficult it could be. The camera’s movement was limited, it burned up a ton of film, and you never knew what you got till the film was processed. Not ideal. Now that film is all but gone, there is a new way and tabletop at Noonday Pictures will never be the same

Noonday's Mobot

Noonday’s Mobot

Michael O, short for Oleksinski, the “mad scientist” and Noonday co-hort, has engineered an industrial robot named “Mobot” that can be programmed with specific X-Y-Z-axis to move at lighting speeds and capture movement in a way never before possible. Now, your imagination has few limits on how to shoot product shots like liquid pouring, food and ice flying, fire burning and many more.

Watch what Mobot, built, programmed and operated by Michael Oleksinski can do.

 

 



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What defines Noonday is the ability to employ equal parts creativity, technology and sweat equity into continuously perfecting their craft. Our people are dreamers, thinkers, innovators, collaborators and problem solvers. And they bring every weapon in their arsenal to the table to ensure a final product that’s impossible to resist. Whoever said size doesn't matter hasn't visited Noonday Pictures. This 10,000 square-foot facility is equipped with two stages, two commercial kitchens, two motion control rigs, Mobot™ and the client area alone dwarfs most East Coast studios.