The Stereo team worked on on over 2,500 shots. Since Michael Bay shot a lot of footage in native stereo, comping in CG robots or more VFX elements into native plates posed challenges in a lot of places. The team had to ensure enough depth for them to interact with all the practical stuff that was shot which required augmenting a lot of VFX/CGI shots to match them with the natively-shot stereo footage
The stereo team delivered a variety of work that supported the overall stereo look of the film, including a particularly effective scene towards the climax where we see the lead characters falling out of a spaceship. The team spent a great deal of time creating high detail in stereo, with in-your-face effects and a lot of negative-positive depth; to the extent that it was difficult to make out the difference between Michael Bay’s native shots with heavy CG and stereo team’s completely converted shots.