Brainstorm is a specialist company dedicated to providing industry-leading real-time 3D graphics, augmented reality and virtual set solutions for all broadcast graphics types and workflows, as well as for feature film production and corporate presentations. With more than 2,500 installations worldwide since its foundation in 1993, Brainstorm’s customer list includes many of the world’s leading broadcasters plus smaller and regional stations. Brainstorm’s flagship product eStudio is considered the industry’s fastest on-air graphics and virtual studio engine. With headquarters in Spain and subsidiaries in the US and Asia, Brainstorm is a company with a global reach and committed to innovation.
We spoke to Terri Morgan, co-founder of Luma Touch, about what is driving this dynamic young company’s success and where it’s going next.
Ross Shain (Chief Product Officer, Boris FX) discusses the best techniques and strategies for solving VR post-production hurdles such as working with equirectangular footage, stabilization, removing cameras and working in stereo.
Held in Indian Wells California, the HPA Tech Retreat has 650 attendees with a clear focus on both television and film. Skip Pizzi (NAB, Mo Goyal (Evertz) and Michel Suissa are interviewed.
Filmed at BroadcastAsia 2015 this presentation looks at how the move to an IP connected software defined infrastructure has transformed the broadcast industry.
Virtual Sets have become increasingly popular over the years. The competition for the audience is intense, and viewers demand the better quality and the highest realism possible in what they see on television. So using virtual studios is quite interesting for broadcasters of any size, allowing for saving production costs while enhancing their content, therefore what once was a complex tool only reserved for the biggest companies is now a widespread solution.
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HPA Tech Retreat is held in Indian Wells California, and has 650 attendees with a clear focus on both television and film. Skip Pizzi (NAB), Mo Goyal (Evertz), and Michel Suissa are interviewed.