Alit : Battle Angel comes out in cinemas this Wednesday, February 13. This action film SF ambitious produced by James Cameron, has implemented cutting-edge technology to the animation of his heroine. Immerse yourself in behind-the-scenes. That you appreciate or not science fiction, it’s impossible to remain unmoved by the images of Alita : Battle Angel. The expressiveness of the face, the fluidity of the body, the realism of the heroine reflect the true culmination of this technology in the motion capture. The featurette above gives us a glimpse of the filming in the company of the interpreter of Alita, Rosa Salazar, of the team of special effects and producer James Cameron. “Alita is the character of synthesis the most efficient we have ever created” enorgueille legitimately Mike Cozens, the animation supervisor. Strong work hard and minuteux, the technical teams have managed to render more vivid and natural than ever. Much more than a “simple” motion capture is the capture of interpretation of which it is question here. As described by Joe Letteri, supervisor senior special effects, this technique goes one step further in the detail physical to save a maximum of expressions of the face and body. Capture d'display the result is all The more impressive that it allows for a true harmony between the elements in the synthesized images and the scenery shots are real. Well, Alita is background in an environment involving actors in flesh and bones, like Christoph Waltz. If at first sight some are still puzzled by the aspect cartoon of Alita, it is important to know that it was indeed wanted by Robert Rodriguez. In order to honor the manga Guunm, published by Yukito Kishiro in the 90’s and the origin of the character, the director was required to recreate the roundness of the heroine of half-human half-robot in the eyes disproportionately large and expressive. For you to do your idea, see you in cinemas from 13th February !