Each scene adds up: With “Lost in Space” alone, Accenture has created 655 shots over 18 episodes, as well as 88 “full CG” shots—scenes in which everything on screen is computer generated, some of the most complex work in the industry.
With successful collaborations on “Lost in Space” and “Stranger Things” complete, Accenture and Netflix will work together on future seasons of some of the streaming platform’s premium series. Collaborating across multiple seasons helps to build the trust and respect that fuels creative experimentation. And as new series continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible on screen, Accenture Song’s broader experience in state-of-the-art visualization capabilities, augmented reality and other new technologies means it is ready to provide creative solutions to future challenges.
Accenture’s VFX work for Netflix consistently stands out from the pack, boasting:
Primetime Emmy Nominations
Visual Effects Society (VES) Awards Nominations
Industry accolades draw welcome attention to this work—but in many ways, the best marker of success is when the work is invisible. If audiences can sit back and be immersed in the story—without knowing it is the product of months of time and effort, high-tech tools and cutting-edge creativity, or even that it is computer generated in the first place—the VFX artists consider it a job well done.