If you were reading PetaPixel earlier this year, you probably remember the jaw-dropping CGI animation titled “The Third & The Seventh“. Here’s another extremely realistic and detailed computer-generated animation that simulates a camera traveling through a classroom (with lens flares and all). It was created by Israel-based Studio Aiko.
The scene was modeled using 3D Max and rendered with V-Ray, and was created over a period of 6 months.
In case you’re not convinced that the classroom doesn’t actually exist somewhere, here’s a behind the scenes video showing the classroom at various stages of digital construction:
To further drop your jaws to the floor, they also created a series of images showing what the room would look like if photographed using a flash.
(via Laughing Squid)