Here’s how the robot in ‘Ex Machina’ was created for a film with a budget of just £10 million

Ex Machine the MovieAva in the film “Ex Machina.” Anyone with an appreciation for artificial intelligence in movies will likely have been impressed with humanoid robot “Ava” in the Hollywood film “Ex Machina.” “Ex Machina” was made on a budget of just £10 million, which meant that software had to be used to create things that might have been physically made if the film had a higher budget. Visual effects firm Double Negative created Ava using advanced motion tracking technology. Double Negative’s Andrew Whitehurst, the visual effects supervisor on “Ex Machina” and an Oscar nominee, told the BBC: “We made decisions with the way that Ava was designed that if it had been a massive budget film we wouldn’t have done because you can do whatever you like.” Whitehurst explained that…


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