Graphics company Moov becomes first U.K. company to adopt Pixotope
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The Future Group, the leader in live virtual production systems, today announced that graphics company Moov is the first U.K. company to adopt Pixotope for use on virtual studio and augmented reality graphics projects.
Pixotope offers broadcasters and graphics houses a unique combination of performance, flexibility, photo-realism and creativity, and is designed specifically to simplify the virtual production creative process.
It is the only system on the market that offers native Unreal rendering with WYSIWYG editing, providing the highest quality photo-realistic graphics that can always be modified quickly.
“We’re both fortunate and unique at The Future Group in having an award-winning virtual production creative team that drives Pixotope’s development. Pixotope has benefited from this real-world production and creative input, and the result is a product that truly moves the needle in terms of its photo-realistic capability, creative throughput, and simplified operation,” said Halvor Vislie, CEO, The Future Group, in a statement.
“We are extremely excited to add Pixotope to our creative services offering and look forward to pushing new boundaries with it.
It’s really important for Moov to continue investing in the latest and best technologies, ensuring our clients have the right solution for their project. Pixotope is designed with creativity, speed and flexibility in mind which in our ever-challenging industry is crucial,” added Nev Appleton, director and co-founder, of Moov.
Visitors to the NAB Show 2019 can see Pixotope being demonstrated as part of a sophisticated virtual studio and augmented reality presentation on The Future Group’s booth, SU12702.