Brainstorm previews upgrades to InfinitySet virtual studio solution
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Brainstorm will highlight updates to its InfinitySet virtual studio software during the 2018 NAB Show.
“InfinitySet has always been pushing the boundaries of innovation in virtual reality, and with Version 3 Brainstorm has accomplished a major milestone: making difficult for the viewers to tell whether the real-time content provided by the system is real or digitally rendered,” said Ricardo Montesa, CEO and founder of Brainstorm.
The changes will be shown in Brainstorm’s theatre demo, focusing on hyper-realistic augmented reality and in-context data-driven graphics. The company will also showcase the solution can be combined with Aston along with Epic Games’ Unreal Engine.
“Our Combined Render Engine is able to provide our customers with the best of both worlds, the high-quality scene rendering of the game engines with the advanced graphics, typography and external data management of the eStudio render engine.”
InfinitySet was recently used by CJ&EM for the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang, which included advanced, hyper-realistic 4K Augmented Reality in the ceremony’s live transmission.
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