Productions 2009

180° Panoramic Short Film

Orlac Reloaded, the first 180° panoramic short film to be produced in Germany, is a joint production between the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, KUK Film Productions, and the Konrad Wolf Academy for Film and Television.
Orlac Reloaded is an adaptation of the classic 1924 silent movie The Hands of Orlac, and was shot in December 2009 at the Academy's studio in Potsdam.

Scenes from a Medieval Celebration

A number of scenes from the Mindelheim “Frundsbergfest“ in Germany were captured in panoramic format over the course of several days of shooting.
These included a recreation of the Battle of Peutelstein (1511), costumed processions, dance and fencing displays. The use of outdoor shooting and constantly shifting camera positions demonstrated the OmniCam system's real-world viability.


The first panoramic production recorded for TiME Lab was a Bundesliga match between Dortmund and Hoffenheim on the 28th of February 2009. By positioning cameras directly in front of the main broadcast cameras at the halfway line, HHI was able to capture an unimpeded view of the entire pitch.

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