BBC News breaks down the swing states in ‘virtual rotunda’
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To help the international audience better understand the idea of swing states, a state in the U.S. where both political parties have similar levels of support, BBC News went to its virtual toolbox.
The scene recreates the rotunda, with its historical paintings and statues, while allowing Fraser to walk around freely in the space.
While recreating a real world location can be tricky, this example does a good job combining textures, imagery and 3D with the talent and floating monitor.