Panasonic Robotics can be used within both VR and AR environments, and provide a cost-effective and photorealistic virtual studio production solution for small to mid-range content providers.
The adoption of the FreeD protocol into Panasonic Robotic solutions offers the support on an industry-standard for graphics engines. It can be used over an IP network, meaning that no additional equipment or development is required.
The AW-UE150 for example is the first PTZ camera to provide Position Data Notification (PTZFI), and is part of a wide array of camera and robotic systems that can provide synchronised position data.
The support of the FreeD protocol means that most solutions from Panasonic Robotics are compatible with Virtual Studio and Augmented Reality applications from the likes of - but not exclusive to – Brainstorm, Vizrt and Zero Density.
Forget all you know about Virtual Studios.Anything can be accomplished with InfinitySet, from simple virtual sets with fixed cameras to advanced and complex productions involving tracked cameras, external feeds with embedded tracking data and data driven graphics interacting in real-time with the set and the talents.
Aston is a motion graphics creation, CG and playout system developed with the designers in mind, created from the ground up to be extremely user friendly so the operators can concentrate on creation rather than pure operation.
Pixotope® is a software-based solution for rapidly creating virtual studios, augmented reality (AR), and next generation on-air graphics. This cutting-edge technology utilizes Epic Games’ Unreal Engine to produce photorealistic rendering in real-time.
Reality Engine™ from Zero Density is the ultimate real-time node-based compositor enabling real-time visual effects pipelines featuring video I/O, keying, compositing and rendering in one single software in real-time.