Technical film - Visual effects
- TEK3001 - 10 ECTS


Matematikk 20 or documented practical experience in 3-dimensional understanding. Students must be interested in computer work.

Expected learning outcomes

Project organisation in technical filming. During the course, the student will gain understanding of theoretical and practical work in studio related to compositing, dynamics and physics in 3D-animation/ 3D-modelling


- Planning technical filming in studio
- Principals for high-quality studio compositing
- Lightening for digital compositing
- Color correction
- Keying methods
- Clean carpet
- 2D/3D tracking
- Prospective matching
- Calibration and problem solving
- Physical modelling

Teaching Methods

Project work

Teaching Methods (additional text)


Form(s) of Assessment

Written exam, 3 hours
Evaluation of Project(s)

Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)

Evaluation is based on total assesment of project work and individual exam.

Grading Scale

Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)

External/internal examiner

External examinor

Re-sit examination

Yes, for the theory, provided the project is passed

Examination support


Coursework Requirements

participation in lectures/project work

Teaching Materials

Wright, S. 2002. Digital compositing for film and video. Focal Press, Elsevier. ISBN 0-240-80455-4
Dobbert, T. 2005. Matschmoving. Sybex. ISBN 0-7821-4403-9
Brate, T. Compendium on organising - will be ready upon start