Vinten has introduced two additions to its range of robotic solutions for broadcast studios: a new virtual reality/augmented reality solution for Vinten’s curved floor and ceiling tracks and a new sequencing control option for the company’s robotic pedestals and pan-and-tilt heads.
At NAB, Shotoku will debut LiveView, a live video control option; SmartRail, the latest generation of its rail-based system and SmartPed, an XY pedestal found in some of the world’s most prominent broadcasting organizations.
On January 27th in Phoenix, Arizona, the new and improved spidercam cable hung camera system got its official debut at The WWE Royal Rumble event. Once proven reliable, a second system was used in Atlanta, Georgia, for the NFL Super bowl LIII Opening night festivities.
Part of The Broadcast Bridge November coverage examined new solutions in PTZ cameras and deep learning, AI-centric control systems. Combined, these two articles focus on enabling autonomous sports production and assisted or automatic image capture from seemingly impossible locations.
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