The first LED volume wall in Saskatchewan













CREATIVE SASKATCHEWAN — The John Hopkins Regina Soundstage in Regina is the home of a new LED volume wall,

brought to the province by Volume Global and local production company Karma Film.

REGINA – Saskatchewan has taken its first step into cinema’s future.

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, along with Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Laura Ross, were on hand recently at the John Hopkins Regina Soundstage for the opening of the LED Volume Wall, brought to the province by Volume Global and local production company Karma Film.

“This significant investment by Volume Global and Karma Film in building this LED Wall is great for our province’s film industry and our economy. It is amazing to have this technology in our province. These LED Walls are not common, and this one is among the largest in Canada. With the rise in virtual production technology usage, it’s exciting to think about how many doors this will open for the industry and provide many benefits to our province,” Moe said.

LED Volume Walls are a system of linked LED panels used to display video footage. The walls are used in virtual production combining digital cinematography, LED volumes, game engines and processing platforms to create virtual environments. They have been used in numerous productions but are best known for their use in the Disney+ “Mandalorian” series.

“Our province has the capability and talent to produce the type of content that the world is craving, and we want to thank Volume Global and Karma Film for this investment into the industry’s future in Saskatchewan. This LED Wall is a ripple effect of our government’s increased investment in the film and television production industry. And we are thrilled that this in now in place,” Ross said.

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