Oblio, an Oregon-based digital content creation studio specializing in film technology, leveraged D-ID’s proceeds to allow viewers to take an immersive role in the thriller.
User still images are uploaded, animated, and inserted into a trailer in sync with the on-screen action. Users can then share these personalized movie preview videos through social media channels. Try it here.
Oblio producer Ben Posedel said the studio, which had previously worked on Warner Bros. such as “Knives Out” and “Wonder Woman: 1984”, immediately “thought of how we could build with the tools that D-ID has developed” to help viewers experience the film’s basic idea of jumping up memory. .
“It doesn’t often happen that the creative and technical capacities overlap so perfectly, but when they do, it creates some very exciting collaboration opportunities,” Posedel said.
Founded in 2017, D-ID created the first facial image deidentification solution to protect images and videos from facial recognition software. D-ID’s products range from animating still photos to facilitating high-quality video productions and creating viral user experiences such as Deep Nostalgia, which has generated nearly 100 million animations since its launch. end of February.