Capture the content with a depth camera to create a volumetric video.
Load the content into 3D program to edit the materials, coordinates, and settings to achieve the aesthetic direction desired. The footage is converted into a 3D point cloud, which is a set of 3D points that represent the subject’s shape and movement.
Next, reconstruct the 3D model from the point cloud with an algorithm that fill textures, materials, shaders.
The 3D model is then encoded into a format to play back in real-time. This format includes information about the subject’s shape, movement, and appearance.
Play back the content on video, through a VR headset, or via AR glasses. The viewer can move around the 3D space and see the subject from different angles, creating a highly immersive, holographic video experience.