The essence of virtual production is to present a perfect illusion of reality. Aximmetry virtual production platform has to create a close to perfect virtual environment in real-time to be able to immerse viewers in the virtual world. To preserve this illusion of reality for the audience the 3D background has to move in sync with the real camera. This is the reason why most advanced production facilities use camera tracking today and this is why the Aximmetry software is compatible with all camera tracking solutions.
Synthesized speech is nothing new. We’ve long been accustomed to hearing the robotic tones of computer-generated voices in messaging systems, access services and, more recently, in virtual assistant technologies like Siri and Alexa. But we’d never consider replacing the talent in our media productions with a synthesized voice. Or would we?
2022 was a ground-breaking year for BT Media and Broadcast, characterised by many firsts. Namely, using the power of 5G technology to deliver truly engaging broadcast experiences, placing sports fans at the very heart of the action.
Wireless camera systems provide the freedom to roam a live event, to get to the heart of the action and offer high impact shots to the event director. Wireless camera systems have a reputation for delivering high and guaranteed quality images with very low end-to-end latencies – enabling the director to have the creative freedom to cut between camera systems at will.
XR is one of the trendiest and most recent flavours of Virtual Reality, and many understand it as the usage of virtual backgrounds, displayed on large LED video walls, for movies, drama, or live events. However, the concept of XR (Extended Reality) goes far beyond these applications, which are often spectacular, but also do not take advantage of the many possibilities this technology can provide.
Videon’s video Edge computing platform leveraged KLV metadata to deliver ultra-low latency live video streams enhanced with accurate video origin timestamps for the first time.
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