A Digital Air Motion Photogrammetry System on Ghost in the Shell, Wellington, New Zealand (2016)

Ghost in the Shell making-of copyright Paramount Pictures and Amblin Entertainment

Digital Air's technology development and production services are managed by Dayton Taylor and Helen Cheng. In 2007 Dayton received the Saxby Award for achievement in the field of three-dimensional imaging from the Royal Photographic Society in London. Dayton's original prototype sixty lens Timetrack™ film camera is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History in Washington, DC.

Since 1994

For over 25 years Digital Air has provided custom-made camera array systems on hundreds of television commercials, films, and event installations around the world.

Timetrack™ camera test photographed by cinematographer David Tumblety in 1994.