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Discover how xR can engage your audiences like never before

Thu 26, 11 2020

disguise’s xR technology empowers the world’s leading brands, artists and production houses to bring to life compelling visual experiences in virtual production.

It allows designers to create immersive visual experiences using Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR). Combining disguise’s 3D visualisation-based software and high-performance robust hardware, xR seamlessly orchestrates an array of technologies including LED, camera tracking and real-time content engines to extend a small studio space into an unlimited virtual world.

By using LED screens or projection surfaces in the space, xR allows presenters or actors to step in and be absorbed into a virtual environment where they can see the entire set and even computer generated objects added into it, giving directors the opportunity to capture raw emotion.

The capabilities of xR are utilised in ways far beyond initial blue sky thinking, powering nearly 100 groundbreaking productions since its launch earlier this year, from live music and film to corporate events and education.

Watch disguise CSO Tom Rockhill walk in and interact with an xR-enabled virtual environment from a small LED stage space in the disguise office. He can see real-time graphics playing off the LED panels surrounding him, including overlaid AR characters in the foreground. Tom will also showcase a previous broadcast application for Eurosport’s coverage of this year’s US Open, where disguise partners White Light used the xR workflow to deliver a virtual studio where the presenter could virtually interview Novak Djokovic whose live image was teleported into the Eurosport studio from a different studio location.

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