Mo-Sys Virtual Production training has achieved top marks from latest graduates to have successfully completed their intensive hands-on practical VP training.
Mo-Sys Academy collaborates with universities with the aim of transferring the companies unrivalled knowledge of virtual production for broadcast and film. This unique approach is geared to nurturing direct and meaningful two-way partnerships between the world-leading technology manufacturer and university teaching staff.
This successfully guides universities from the all-too-familiar media and broadcast courses, where staff may have some green screen experience, and rapidly develops an in-house virtual production knowledge base, empowering teaching staff with all the expertise and support to deliver outstanding, high-demand virtual production modules.
“We have seen a boom in Virtual Production, and the greatest challenge facing the industry is finding people who understand the technology, with hands-on experience and knowledge of how to maximise its effectiveness,” commented Michael Geissler, CEO of Mo-Sys. “Our partnerships with education are vitally important. We are supporting universities and helping them fill this gap.”
Curated and delivered by Mo-Sys Academy’s skilled team of virtual production on-set technicians, with an emphasis on small group practical learning in a supportive and friendly atmosphere, Mo-Sys training builds confidence and delivers valuable real-world experience.
A series of modules exist from an introduction to virtual production, to a full 10-day virtual production foundation course. Staff from the University of Sunderland recently completed the foundation course.
Nicholas Glean, senior lecturer in Video and New Media at the University of Sunderland added: “This two-week course was brilliant! From the first day to the last it was packed with information and fantastic knowledge delivered by welcoming and friendly tutors in Juliette and Dominic. This was supported by experts who came into our sessions and helped us reach another level of understanding. I cannot recommend this course enough to university departments thinking about installing or who already have Mo-Sys technology. The course takes Virtual Production from theory into practical reality. Before the course, I had no prior experience in Virtual Production and was extremely nervous. After the course, I feel incredibly confident about working in Virtual Production.”
For more information about Mo-Sys Virtual Production training, please visit Mo-Sys Academy